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Rehana Moshoeshoe remembered


Her family has not stopped searching for her.

THE SEARCH for Rehana Moshoeshoe, who went missing in 2010 has not stopped.  

Her family, friends and the police have not closed the file on her and today they once again turned the spotlight on her with the 9th annual Rehana Moshoeshoe Soccer Tournament. This was preceded by an awareness march against Women Trafficking and Women Abuse. The march started at Shoprite in Barkley Road to the AR Abass Stadium where the soccer tournament took place.

Family and friends of Rehana were joined by the Galeshewe FCS Commander, Lt-Col Marli Strydom and her members, their Provincial Head, Brig Nicky Mills, the SAPS Provincial Band, the organisers Sol Plaatje Masters Soccer and an NGO Women to Women.

The soccer tournament started in November 2019. Today 29 soccer teams played against each other. The final was contested between Diamond Boys and Saints. Diamond Boys won the Rehana Moshoeshoe Cup by defeating Saints 5-2.

Anyone with information on what happened to Rehana or where she might be, is asked to contact Lt-Col Strydom on 082 495 0618

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