Miles Manganyi (31) said he can’t eat or sleep since his sugar mama, Sabina Olyn (40), went missing after visiting friends.
She left his home in Odinburg Gardens near Mabopane, north of Pretoria, in the morning when Miles left for his work as a rubbish collector for the City of Tshwane.
She told him she was going to visit friends, but when he got home at 6pm she had not returned.
Miles told Daily Sun: “I called her and she said she was on her way home. She told me to get our house keys from our neighbour, where she had left them.”
When she had not arrived by 8pm, he called her again but found her cellphone was off.
“I called her friends and they said she had left to go home,” Miles said.
He waited all night but she never came home.
On Friday morning he went to report her missing at the Klipgat Police Station.
Miles called Sabina’s family, relatives and children in Joburg and at Odi Hospital, but no one seemed to know where she was.
“Now I am going to check for her at hospitals and in mortuaries,” he said, adding that in the two years they have been together she had never left their home without telling him where she was going.
“I am her Ben 10 and she loves me a lot. My life has come to a standstill. I cannot focus on anything,” he said.
Anyone with information about Sabina should call the Klipgat police on 012 707 8901.