There are still no signs of the missing Cape Town motorbiker, Wonderboy Hleza. The 51-year-old man from Brackenfell went missing on Tuesday, April 26. His family last saw him when he left for Worcester to get a temporary driving licence and he didn’t return back home again. 

According to a family spokesperson, Sonnyboy Msiza, the man decided to go to Worcester to get a temporary licence because he believed the queues were shorter and he needed the licence urgently because he planned to drive to the Eastern Cape this past Friday, as per News24.

He added that they used the bikers app to try and track him down which indicated that he used a different route from Worcester to Brackenfell. Police are urging the public to come forward and assist in finding the missing man. 

Police spokesperson Erica Crous confirmed the incident. “He is bald, has a grey-black beard, is well shaved and has brown eyes. He left home on his silver-grey Kawasaki GTS motorbike with registration CF 102384. He has scarring on his hands and legs from old stitch wounds. He was wearing motorbike clothing and gear. He was wearing a black RST riding jacket, Berick black riding trousers, black RST motorbike gloves, black and white HJC motorbike helmet and red and yellow Lucky Star buff,” he stated. 

Anyone that can help the police with information must contact detective Sergeant Mervyn Bezuidenhout on 079 505 6171.

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