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In a shocking development, the tracking company of the Gauteng Woman who claimed she was hijacked plans to sue her after she confessed to faking the hijacking.

It was earlier reported that:

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Simphiwe Manzini Mntimande took to Facebook on Wednesday night, alerting people on social media about her hijacking ordeal.

She posted: “I just been hijacked. I’m in the boot of my car. They took my other phone thinking I have one. I’ll update you till I’m no more… (sic),” she posted, tagging her location as Mohlakeng, a township in Randfontein, West Rand.

The posts went viral on social media with calls for #FindSimphiwe reverberating on the platform.

Media personalities such as sports broadcaster Robert Marawa also tweeted about the woman’s ordeal.

Early on Thursday morning, the woman posted a video in which she said she was safe.

Her ordeal has received thousands of comments, shares and tweets in the space of a few hours.

Gauteng police spokesperson Captain Mavela Masondo said details about the incidents were still sketchy as the victim was still busy opening a case at one of the police stations in Soweto.

He said the victim arrived at the police station in her car and police would release further details later.



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