Nureen van der Schyff, 28, of Carrot Street in Eastridge was last seen on 14 March after greeting her three children.
Her mother, Lucille Agnew, 49, told the Daily Voice Nureen has gone missing before, but never for this long.
“Nureen has a drug problem and would sometimes go missing for two to three days,” says Lucille.
“Her three girls, aged nine, six and three, are starting to ask questions about her disappearance and I don’t know what to tell them. But I remain faithful she will be found.
“Last I saw her, she was inside the house and told me she wants to shower, she did and then I saw her standing on the corner.”
The mother believes there may be foul play involved in her daughter’s disappearance.
“She wasn’t liked by many girls because she has good looks and liked to dress up.
“When she walked down the street they would call her names and threaten to hurt her.”
Nureen’s neighbour and family friend, Shahieda Schoeman, said the community is gathering in groups to search for the missing woman.
“We have searched the morgue, hospitals and prisons and found nothing - so this means she is still out there.
“We will comb the area and the surrounding bushes to find her.”
Nureen was last seen wearing a pink T-shirt, black tights and black takkies.
Anyone who has seen her can contact Shahieda on 081 512 3098 or Lucille on 078 391 4176.