Who We Are
Missing Children South Africa was established in March 2007 in response to the kidnapping and brutal murders of Sheldean Human (7) from Pretoria and Anestacia Wiese (12) from Mitchell’s Plain, in an effort to assist and support families finding themselves in similar desperate situations.
MCSA assists the South African Police Service (SAPS) in all missing persons cases in South Africa. The first 24 hours after a person goes missing is the most crucial. MCSA exists to be reactive and to create awareness when a missing persons case is reported. The fact that children go missing each year is a real and present danger, and as an organisation, we feel it is necessary to ensure that the citizens of South Africa are aware of this threat to the safety of all our children.
Missing Children SA has a Level One (135%) B-BBEE Procurement Recognition.
To assist families and the South African Police Service with all reported missing persons cases.