Sbu Nkosi has been found ‘safe and sound’ according to a statement from the Bulls at 2 pm today. The club had opened a missing person report with the police on 17th November after losing contact with the South African international.
Reports from those close to the Bulls camp suggested that Nkosi was spotted multiple times in the Witbank area, situated roughly 150km east of Pretoria.
A statement from the Bulls reads:
“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),
“The club added that Rathbone spent time with the Springbok “to understand how best the company can provide him with the support he needs and what that support is”.
The club has stated that it will make no further comments on Nkosi’s dissapearance.