Members of the public are urged to help find Zama who was last seen in Alexandra, the young woman was offered to go out to Mpumalanga by her baby daddy who she was involved in a fight with earlier. The baby David was later discovered to have drank poison, no one wanted to help him at that time... it is not clear who took him to hospital where he disappeared. No one can get hold of him as it is and obviously he is the only person who might be aware of where the woman is, hopefully he did not do anything bad to her.
Women and children are abused a lot in South Africa, there have been many people have been trying to take a stand against the violence against women. Men should stop taking advantage of women just because they are powerless, because at the end of the day it will be much more better for the law to be tougher on them. Every man who kills a woman should get the same treatment, it is not fair for them to put other people at their early graves.
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