- A 23-year-old Durban woman who had been missing was found on Sunday
- The beautiful lady was alive but in a bad condition
- Despite her condition, her family was thankful that she was found alive
- However, only hours after she had been found, she died in ICU
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A woman, Natasha Conabeer, had died hours after she was found on Sunday. Shortly after she had been discovered, her family opened up about getting their daughter back.
At the time, a family spokesperson, Nosipho Conabeer, said the 23-year-old was in bad condition and in the ICU in hospital.
Nosipho said the family couldn't say what had happened to her but that she was "critically ill" and that they are "hoping and praying that she will get better".
However, only hours after she had been found, it was reported by the Citizen that Conabeer passed away.
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Conabeer went missing about three weeks ago with friends last seeing her at her Florida Road home flat in Durban, East Coast Radio reported.
Her mother made a desperate plea for Conabeer's safe return and she was found on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that the SAPS announced another lady had been found alive and well after going missing.
Last week, 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.
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