Family hope for Sandra Moonsamy's safe return

Family hope for Sandra Moonsamy's safe return

The family of missing Westville businesswoman, Sandra Moonsamy says their only concern right now is the safe return of the mother-of-two. 


It's been five days since Moonsamy disappeared. She was forced off Stapleton Road in the vicinity of the M13 in Pinetown, while driving to her home last week. 

The kidnappers allegedly bundled Moonsamy into their vehicle and sped off. Her vehicle was found on the road - riddled with bullet holes. 

In a statement issued to Newswatch this morning, Moonsamy's brother - Inderan Naicker said the family is continuing to pray for her safety and well-being. 

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He says a reward will be offered to anyone who provides them with information that leads to her return - as having her re-united with her family and children is their top priority. 

Moonsamy is the daughter of businessman - Poonsamy Naicker, the owner and group CEO of a local logistics company. 

The family says rumours that Moonsamy had been located in the Durban CBD over the weekend are untrue. 

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