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Wednesday, November 29, 2023

The Pink Ladies

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While everybody was keeping a lookout for little Sheldean Human, a special group of South Africans joined forces to provide not only emotional support to the family, but to assist in the physical search for Sheldean. The group consisted mostly of women, full time workers and housewives alike, but most importantly all of them united by empathy and compassion. If only little Sheldean could have had an opportunity to experience the massive outpouring of love and concern that swept across South Africa like a wave in the wake of her disappearance! Sheldean was wearing a pink shirt when she was abducted and, as a sign of respect and solidarity in their cause to find her, they chose to call themselves “The Pink Ladies”.
The Pink Ladies are an independent group of volunteers, across the Republic of South Africa, affiliated and associated with The Pink Ladies (as set out hereinbelow). The Pink Ladies will, upon request, work with any individual or organisation that has the same objectives – reuniting missing and endangered children and loved ones with their families and/or caregivers.
The valuable service provided by The Pink Ladies is strictly voluntary and performed for the love of children everywhere in South Africa, regardless of colour, creed or circumstance. Much of the Pink Ladies’ work is done at ground level and for this reason they request that the public and media respect their anonymity. They too have loved ones and families and wish to afford them the privacy they deserve.
The Pink Ladies is an NGO (Section 21), duly registered in accordance with the Company Laws of the Republic of South Africa.
24 Hour SMS : 072 214 7439 E-mail: missing@pinkladies.org.za / admin@pinkladies.org.za
Please note that our 24 hour number is to be used only for the following:
Reporting a missing child / adult; Relaying information regarding a missing child/adult; Press interviews; and Sponsorship
For reasons of expediency and efficiency, no other enquiries will be entertained.
Should you wish to report a missing adult / child, you may also use missing@pinkladies.org.za
Please direct all other non-urgent enquiries regarding membership, volunteering etc to admin@pinkladies.org.za

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