Missing Eunice is in harm's way
Eunice Nkuna's family is battling to adapt since her vanishing.
IT'S been north of a month since Eunice Nkuna strangely vanished from her conjugal home in Magudu, Mpumalanga.
The 48-year-old mother of three, who is a representative at a neighbourhood school, was most recently seen by her significant other and kids. It is affirmed they left her at home and when they returned, she was mysteriously absent.
As per Eunice's sister, Nomalanga Maziya, she last addressed her sister on the telephone on 25 May and she never showed that she was intending to head off to some place.
She said she sounded fine and expressed nothing about leaving.
Nomalanga let Daily Sun know that what got the family more stressed is that Eunice's better half never revealed her absent or informed the family about her vanishing until they understood her telephone had been off for quite a long time.
Nomalanga said the family is disappointed and battling to adapt. She said they have been to izangoma who let them know that her was sister was in harm's way.
"We've depleted every one of our endeavors now and trust whoever kidnapped her or kept her profits her safe."
Mpumalanga police representative Brigadier Selvy Mohlala said a missing individual's case was enrolled and police have been working with the family to track down Eunice.
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