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Chris Panayiotou found Guilty of Murder, sentenced to Life



“We can confirm that money does appear to have been withdrawn from an ATM in Kwanobuhle.”
That's the most worrying part but isn't that Uitenhage?
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Well-Known Member
May 27, 2009
Yeah she lives in PE and teaches at Riebeeck College in Uitenhage
Kwanobuhle is in Uitenhage
Oct 4, 2010
Reward offered for missing teacher

April 21, 2015 | Filed under: | Posted by: Dorette De Swart

The family of missing Nelson Mandela Bay teacher Jayde Panayiotou, has offered a R50 000 reward for any information that would lead to her safe return.

“We and the family just want her back. If we can get her back safe and sound I am more than willing to pay the money,” a family member, Peter Becker, told The Herald.

Panayiotou, a teacher at Riebeek College Girls’ High School in Uitenhage, was apparently waiting for a lift outside her residence in Stellen Glen in Kabega Park this morning (21/04/15) before she went missing.

“She was not at the house when her lift arrived and money does appear to have been withdrawn from an ATM in Kwanobuhle,” police spokesman Warrant Officer Alwin Labans said.

Earlier on Tuesday Panayiotou’s family pleaded with the public to assist in the search and thousands of social media users have been sharing pictures of her.

Anyone who might have information can contact Becker on 082 654 4334



Blackburn Fan
Oct 15, 2008
Reward for missing PE teacher upped to R150‚000

A desperate search for a young teacher who was abducted from outside her Port Elizabeth home early continued throughout the night as devastated family members and friends joined the massive police manhunt.

Early on Wednesday morning‚ police regrouped and continued to search for Jayde Panayiotou‚ 28‚ of Kabega Park.

In developments late on Tuesday night:

- A reward for the safe return of Panayiotou‚ 28‚ of Kabega Park‚ was increased to R150‚000‚ family members told The Herald;

- Police found an abandoned Mazda 323 – previously reported stolen in the Walmer area – believed to have been used in the abduction - the car was found in New Brighton and forensic experts were still combing the vehicle for clues at midnight;

- Police called in additional manpower‚ including members of the dog unit‚ to help with the search‚ which was concentrated on bushy areas between Port Elizabeth and KwaNnobuhle; and‚

- A police helicopter was dispatched to help the search as new leads came in.

Panayiotou disappeared without a trace just minutes after talking to a close friend at about 6.30am on Tuesday.

It is feared that she was abducted by at least two men‚ one of whom withdrew money from her bank account about one and a half hours after she went missing. - RDM News Wires, The Herald



Expert Member
Oct 27, 2009
Geez man things like this makes me want to pack my bags.... take my money take my car I don't care that's why I pay insurance but why this needless killing.