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South Africa wing Sbu Nkosi found 'safe and sound'

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Missing South Africa international Sbu Nkosi has been found “safe and sound”, his club side the Bulls have confirmed.


The Pretoria-based outfit revealed at the weekend that Nkosi had been reported as missing to police.

At that point the club had had no contact with the 26-year-old since November 11.

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They have now released a statement confirming that he was located on Monday.

The Bulls statement added: “Once it was established that Nkosi was safe, unharmed and in a position to speak, chief executive Edgar Rathbone went into Nkosi’s home (with the permission of the player), spending alone time with him, to understand how best the company can provide him with the support he needs and what that support is.

“We are thrilled that Nkosi is safe.”

No further details of Nkosi’s disappearance have been provided but the club are to hold a press conference on Tuesday.


Wing Nkosi has earned 16 Springboks caps and was a member of their 2019 World Cup-winning squad.


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