Sithembile Ncwane, who was allegedly kidnapped on Friday, has been found alive. Ncwane, 23, from KwaDabeka, outside Durban, disappeared minutes after texting her mother that she was being followed by a car, prompting a police search.
On Saturday evening, police spokesperson Col Thembeka Mbele said Ncwane had been found alive. She had been dropped off by her kidnappers.
A kidnapping case has been opened. She has injuries and has been taken to hospital for medical checks,” said Mbele.
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