- Buhle Myanga has been found alive, it was revealed on Sunday
- The TUT student went missing after allegedly being abducted on Friday
- According to reports, she was found alive but heavily drugged
Buhle Myanga, a Tshwane University of Technology student, was found alive but heavily drugged near a river.
Over the weekend, several missing person posts were shared on social media with the hope of finding Buhle Myanga.
Myanga, who studies logistics at TUT, was last seen on Friday. Taking to Twitter on Sunday, the university pleaded with South Africans to help find Myanga.
In another post, the university revealed Myanga had been found, thanking everyone who helped look for her.
"The University and the Myanga family would to thank you so much for your prayers and assistance the young lady, Jessie Buhle Myanga who has been missing since Friday 13 September, after writing a test has been found. We will provide more info after speaking to the family!" the post read.
The South African has since released details about Myanga's case, revealing that she had been heavily drugged before being dumped near a river.
According to an activist group - Not In My Name SA - Myanga was kidnapped by a group of men and a lady.
It appears she has since regained consciousness but could not recall exactly what happened to her.
She has been receiving medical assistance and the publication added Myanga would need time to process the traumatic events.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that another Durban woman, 23-year-old Natasha Conabeer, was found alive after going missing three weeks prior.
However, only hours after Conabeer was found, she died in a hospital due to injuries she sustained during her time in captivity.
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