Zintle Muthwa death – How missing Zintle Muthwa found dead

Zintle Muthwa death – Missing South African lady Zintle Muthwa was found dead January 2, 2020 after she was last seen December 31, 2019.

Zintle Muthwa death - How missing Zintle Muthwa found dead

According to reports on social media, before Zintle Muthwa death, she had gone out on December 31st at 21:30 to Spar in new German Pinetown but she never came back. She had left with a guy in her pajamas and according to her friends, she was a very responsible girl who would never just go and have fun without informing her friends.

Her friend wrote on Facebook:

Sanibona bo Mnax ..ngicela ningisize sithole lo Sis… she went out yerstaday at 21:30 ..going to spar in new German pinetown she never came back, her phone is off ..

she left here with a guy even him akatholakali and I wouldn’t say she is grooving somewhere because she left here with pajamas on ..and she is very responsible ..it’s impossible that she can just go and have fun without informing us ..

everytime she is out she does make sure we know where she is even if her phone is off she usually use other people’s phone just to tell us she is safe …

but this time around None of those …please guys help me find her ..Her name is Zinhle Muthwa ..

Zintle Muthwa death – Missing Zintle Muthwa found dead

Hours after Zintle Muthwa had been missing since New Year’s eve after she was picked up by a white car in her pajamas at about 21:30 in New Germany KZN, she was found dead in eMbumbulu Thursday Jan 02, 2020 brutally murdered.

According to KwaZulu-Natal police spokesperson, Captain Nqobile Gwala, Zintle Muthwa body was found at 9:55am on Wednesday morning.

Captain Nqobile Gwala said:

“The body of a woman believed to be in her 20’s was found at the Ndaya Reserve in Umbumbulu next to the road with head injuries and bruises all over her body. The circumstances surroundin the incident are being investigated and we are appealing to anyone who might have information surrounding the incident. They are urged to contact local police or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.”

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