SHe said life is too difficult, she can't eat and she did not know if her baby is still alive and the doctors who visits her and the people in the community encouraged her not to let it get too bad even though it is difficult since he was a baby with epilepsy.
SHe said she gave birth on November 16, and as she walked out of the gate of King Edward VIII Hospital she met a woman who eventually abducted Sibonelo.
Ms Zama said the woman, who was in her late 50's, looked so faithful and compassionate that she confided in her that she was poor and no longer had parents.
The kidnapper said she had tricked her into not worrying and would take her to the city of Durban to buy baby clothes because she used to help people in need (like Ms Zama).
She said that when they were in the city center, she would take her out of the shops, buy the child R200 clothes, and go to the grocery store to buy what she needed for the house for R300.
“It was during this time that I went to buy what I needed for the house, when I asked the woman to hold the baby for me, and she suddenly disappeared in my face . This happened when I came back she was missing, ”explained Ms Zama.
She described the incident as "very serious" and said that she had not been able to find a child and that she had not heard from the police since she opened a case.
SHe said they did not see the woman who fled with her baby and said she had been crying, shaking her but did not know where she ended up.
KwaZulu-Natal police spokesman Captain Nqobile Gwala said a child had not yet been found but police were continuing their investigation into a kidnapping case opened in Durban Central.
Police asked anyone with information on Sibonelo's whereabouts to contact Sergeant Zulu on 082 750 8947 or 031 325 4079.
They can also call Crime Stop on 08600 10111
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