Gauteng Community Safety MEC Sizakele Nkosi-Malobane on Tuessday reassured the public that student l.
Police are seeking the help of the public to locate two girls who are missing.
Nasra Sharrief went missing last Thursday while visiting her aunt at a building in the Johannesburg city centre.
The 11-year-old was apparently left on her own outside her aunt's apartment by her mother's friend, who had accompanied her there.
Anyone who may know Sharrief's whereabouts is asked to contact her father, Saleh, on 073-302-1486.
Saleh said yesterday that he was prepared to offer a reward for any information that could lead to finding his daughter.
"I fear that something bad might have happened to her. She is so young and probably traumatised wherever she is now.
"I' m appealing to anyone who may have seen her to please come forward," he said.
Saleh is not the only parent having sleepless nights over a missing child.
The family of Percina Nobela is also looking for their daughter.
Percina, 14, pictured, was last seen by her friends on March 6, around 11.30am.
She had gone to a sports event at Wonderfontein High School in Carletonville with them.
Anyone who sees Percina, or knows her whereabouts, is asked to contact BP Mochikoane of the Carletonville Detective Service on 018-787-9300 or 083-283-8397.