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22-year-old Law Student, Siphamandla Luwaca goes missing in Bloemfontein

Siphamandla Luwaca, a third-year Law student, was last seen on Monday 8 June 2020. The family of a missing 22-year-old student at the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein are praying for her safe return.

Siphamandla Luwaca, a third-year Law student, went missing on Monday 8 June 2020.

Siphamandla was commuting from Universitas to Brandwag, to work on an assignment.

She was last seen wearing a grey hoodie and black (sweat)pants with white stripes.

Police have confirmed that they are investigating a case of a missing person and that the investigating officer is consulting with the family.

Family spokesperson, Sikhululekile Luwaca, says the whole family has travelled from Cala in the Eastern Cape to help with the search for missing Siphamandla Luwaca.

Siphamandla Luwaca

The disappearance of Siphamandla Luwaca comes in a moment when violence against women is no raise. The recent widespread murder cases of women in suspected GBV cases makes it hard for the Luwaca family

Tshegofatso Pule a pregnant 28-year-old expecting mother who was stabbed and left hanging on a tree in a veld in Roodepoort.

Naledi Phangindawo was brutally murdered for ending an abusive relationship with her baby dad, leaving 2 children behind.

Nondumiso Dlamini 27-year-old mother of 2 was murdered and dumped near her residence in Inanda.

Despite the prevailing murder cases, Siphamandla Luwaca family remains optimistic that a collective search effort will bring their daughter home and alive.

If you have seen or may have knowledge of her whereabouts, please make contact via the numbers provided below.

Siphamandla Luwaca

-savanna news

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Thuthuka Mthembu

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