MCSA works closely with the South African Police Service and other government bodies as well as other NGO’s and private initiatives, to assist in the recovery and safe return of any missing person. Missing Children South Africa first tier is that of an emergency response service and they have a national helpline for incident reports and […]
Parents must NOT wait for 24 hours to report a child that has gone missing. This is a myth, and if a child is reported missing immediately, our chances of recovering that child in the first ‘golden 2 – 3 hours’ is far more successful. There is no waiting period to report a person as […]
Missing Children South Africa is a registered NPO and PBO that assists the authorities when an individual goes missing in South Africa, for any reason whatsoever. MCSA works closely with the South African Police Service and other government bodies as well as other NGO’s and private initiatives, to assist in the recovery and safe return […]
1. Never go anywhere alone – always be with people you know and trust. 2. Always tell your parents where you are going, even if your plans change. Make sure your parents have your friend’s phone numbers as well. 3. Know your parent’s names and telephone numbers off by heart – also know another family […]
Grady Mondo remained missing since the 15th July 2019, and then Missing Children South Africa received a call from Lettie Motsitsi, a nurse from Steve Biko hospital. She had fortunately seen MCSA’s ‘Missing Flyer’ on Facebook, and realised that it was Grady, who was in the hospital and unidentified until then! Grady is mentally disabled […]
Our website www.missingchildren.org.za acts as an emergency report facility, as well as being MCSA’s platform for informational and educational material with regards to Child Safety.
Get a responsible person to stay at your house while you’re at the police station or searching for your child. This person can take messages if someone calls about the child’s disappearance or if the child returns home.