- Relief surrounded the resurfacing of Sinaye Hlanjwa after she had been missing for two weeks while Olwethu Cosa was not so lucky
- The heartbroken family of Olwethu Cosa have said burial arrangements are being finalised and he will be buried in his home town of Port Elizabeth
- Police have indicated that they have opened an inquest into the death of Cosa while Hlanjwa's family indicated they are not yet ready to speak to the media.
Cape Peninsula University of Technology students Sinaye Hlanjwa and Olwethu Cosa have been found. The latter is dead. The CPUT retail business management student Olwethu Cosa was found dead a couple of days after he was said to be missing in Lansdowne. His family is devastated and police have indicated that an inquest has been opened into his death.
Meanwhile, Sinaye Hlanjwa who had been missing for 17 days was found alive at Sea Point. The 24 year old had left a note in her room which had raised a lot of eyebrows. According to iol.co.za the note was written, “Start your search in Camps Bay if I am missing for more than 21 days”. The note gave a presentiment of danger. Briefly.co.za gathered the student has been taken to hospital for tests.
Her discovery was met with a lot of derision on twitter with a large number of tweeps seeming to insinuate she had been gone to have a good time. She has since been reunited with her family.
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