Barberton-born rugby player has been found after he went missing for a few days.
The Blue Bulls confirmed that he was found safe after lengthy and extensive efforts from the team, in collaboration with SSG. Nkosi was finally located yesterday at 14:02.
“Once it was established that Nkosi was safe, unharmed and in a position to speak. Chief Executive Edgar Rathbone visited Nkosi’s home, spent some alone time with him, to understand how best can the company assist can provide him with the support he needs and what that support is. As the Vodacom Bulls family, we are thrilled that Nkosi is safe,” read the Bulls statement.
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it further read it wished to extend a vote of thanks to all the members of the public who shared information that contributed to the search.
“We wish to also express a word of thanks to the international community. They also joined the call and efforts in searching for Nkosi. At this present moment, we cannot give further comments on the matter. We wish to advise members of the media that there will be a press conference held at Loftus Versfeld Stadium today.”