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Sbu Nkosi missing, South African World Cup winner reported to police

Sbu Nkosi missing, South African World Cup winner reported to police

South African Rugby World Cup winner Sbu Nkosi has been reported to police as a missing person, his club said.

Nkosi has been “absent without leave” for three weeks and hasn’t responded to calls and messages, the Bulls said in a statement.

The Bulls said they were now concerned for Nkosi’s safety.

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He last had contact with anyone at the Bulls on November 11 and the team opened a missing person case with police on November 17.

“This resulted from the grave worry and concern of everyone ” the club said.

The Pretoria-based team has sent officials to check for Nkosi at his home four times over the past three weeks and haven’t found him.

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They are relying on “the expert assistance of the South African Police Services” to locate him.

The 26-year-old Nkosi played 16 Tests for the Springboks and was part of the squad that won the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan.

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