Missing persons case opened at cops for ‘Tembisa 10’ mother. A missing person case has been opened for the mother of the ‘Tembisa 10’ decuplets.
Information seen by News24 indicates a missing person case was filed at the Tembisa South police station on Thursday.
According to the report, Gosiame Thamara Sithole went missing on 6 June.
It is alleged her water broke and she was last seen going to Esangweni Clinic in Tembisa.
This is a developing story.
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Conveniently enough, Pretoria News and Daily Voice, the only news publications with exclusives on this developing story, are both owned by Independent Media of which Surve is the executive chairperson.
The Citizen also states that the source they had spoken to says that Sithole has been mistreated during her pregnancy, berated for not using contraceptives, and that even now, Tsotetsi’s intentions are questionable.
They have even obtained a voicenote and it suspected that the voice in the recording belongs to Tsotetsi and was sent to Sithole. The voicenote is in Setswana and has been translated as follows:
Call us crazy but this all does seem very suspicious.
Although there is no proof of any kind, we’ll just continue waiting in anxious anticipation to find out whether or not this is all one big hoax.
In some related news, ECR’s very own Carol Ofori decided to launch an in-depth investigation into the case.
This is Carol Blanche: