February 12, 2021 (Friday)
East London, South Africa
Alternative Name: Unknown
Elinye Igama: Akwaziwa
Missing from: Dorchester Squatter Camp, East London, South Africa
Date Missing: February 12, 2021 (Friday)
Idethi yokunyamalala: Februwari 12, 2021 (NgoLwesihlanu)
She was last seen at approximately 2:00pm (14:00) walking with an unknown male.
- Date of Birth:
- Age at Disappearance: 8
- Ethnicity: African (Black)
- Nationality: South Africa
- Gender at Birth: Female
- Hair: Black
- Eye Color: Brown
- Languages Spoken:
- Usuku Lokuzalwa:
- Ubudala Bokunyamalala: 8
- Ubuhlanga: UmAfrika noma uMnyama
- Ubuzwe: Iningizimu Afrika
- Ubulili Ekuzalweni: Owesifazane
- Izinwele: Mnyama
- Umbala Wamehlo: Onsundu
- Izilimi Ezikhulunywayo:
Distinguishing Marks or Factors (Izici Ezihlukanisayo)
- Scar above her left eye.
- Isibazi ngenhla kweso lakhe lesobunxele.
Medical Concerns (Ukukhathazeka Kwezokwelapha)
- Pink T Shirt with a Round Neck
- Navy Tights
- Isikibha esibomvana
- Amabhulukwe asolwandle
If You or Anyone You Know Has Information About The Disappearances, Please Contact:
- Missing Person Bureau
- Cambridge (Eastern Cape) Station
- Crime Stoppers
Or use the QR Code (right) to find contact information for the National Police.
- South African Police Services (database). Link
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