Karabo Dingiswayo, whose mother Julia Dingiswayo who features in a lead story by The Star that claims she was part of the women who were abducted by an African human trafficking ring, says the story is false.
The article says an African human trafficking ring is suspected to be behind the abduction of 46 women in Gauteng and other parts of the country.
The paper continues and says they were rescued after they were found locked up in a dingy room in Johannesburg.
The paper spoke about Julia Dingizwayo and says was found along with 45 other women packed into a room where some of the women had been held captive since January.
Speaking to Joanne Joseph Daughter of Julia Dingiswayo Karabo Dingiswayo disputes the story.
All that I know is that my mom is ok and she is fine. And the whole story regarding her being part of a group of women who were abducted is actually false.— Karabo Dingiswayo, Daughter of Julia Dingiswayo
He adds that her mother was missing but was not a part of that group of people.
She intentionally isolated herself from her family and her friends, so for that story to be mashed up with her disappearance, like today, I got the shock of my life.— Karabo Dingiswayo, Daughter of Julia Dingiswayo
She says the journalists didn't speak to her mother and her mom was found on Sunday night in Johannesburg by her stepdad.
Listen below to the full interview: