Some good news: Cops find 30-year-old missing woman

Some good news: Cops find 30-year-old missing woman

- A 30-year-old woman has been found alive after being missing for several days

- The South Africa Police Service (SAPS) took to social media to share the joyous news

- She had been taken to a place of safety and will be medically examined

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The media has been flooded with sad news this week - South Africa has been plagued by alleged xenophobic violence and Mzansi learned the tragic last moments of UCT student Uyinene.

However, on Thursday, the Eastern Cape SAPS finally shared some good news with South Africans.

Briefly.co.za learned that a 30-year-old woman, Nolundi Ludidi, had been found after she was reported missing on 31 August.

The SAPS took to Facebook to share the joyous news, where they revealed Ludidi was found at around 4:30pm on Wednesday.

It was alleged that she travelled from Fort Beaufort to King William's town, where she was discovered.

"She has been taken to a place of safety and will be medically examined and counselled for trauma as soon as possible. The police investigation into her mysterious disappearance continues," the post added.

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More good news: Cops find 30-year-old missing woman

Nolundi Ludidi. Photo credit: South African Police Service/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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Despite not knowing what exactly happened to Ludidi, Eastern Cape Provincial Commissioner Lt Gen Liziwe Ntshinga could not be happier over her discovery.

Ntshinga thanked the officers and members who worked tirelessly to investigate her case, as well as the "love, support and concern that came from all walks of life, especially members of the public".

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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