The family of a Gauteng man, who came to Cape Town, is pleading for your help to find him after he disappeared without a trace.
His family says Morne van der Watt, 40, travelled to Cape Town in July with the hopes of finding a job in the Mother City.
The relatives say Morne, who is originally from Vanderbijlpark, south of Gauteng, has not been heard from since July.
However, according to police, he was last seen alive on 1 October in Woodstock.
He was last seen wearing denim jeans, a light blue Puma T-shirt, a black leather jacket and takkies.
He is of average build, has brown eyes and brown hair which is cut in the Mohawk style, weighs about 60kg, has thin lips and is approximately 1.7 metres tall.
He also has distinctive tattoos. He has Chinese script on his back, a cross on his neck and an eagle on his right arm.
His cousin, Angelique de Andrade, says Morne came to Cape Town looking for work.
“He last spoke to his mother on 25 July and I last had contact with him via Facebook on 31 July,” says Angelique.
“If anyone knows where he is, please come forward. Morne, if you are reading this, please let us know you are alive and safe.”
If you know anything about Morne’s whereabouts, contact Angelique on 062 680 5833.
You can also contact Woodstock SAPS CSC Office on 021 442 3100 or the Pink Ladies on 072 214 7439.