The parents of Zephany Nurse on what happened 17 years ago

Celeste and Morne Nurse explained their ordeal from the day their daughter was taken from them at Groote Schuur hospital in 1997 till she was found a month ago.

Morne Nurse

In 2010 I told the media that I can feel it down in my soul that my daughter is out there and one day she will return so I never gave up

Morne Nurse

Celeste told John that she forgave the woman who took her daughter from her and that she feels sorry for her.

Celeste Nurse

If we don’t forgive how is our lives going to move on, we will be stuck in darkness so in order for God to forgive you, forgive too and God will bless you and that is what I have done, I forgave her. Even if I see her ill give her a hug and say thank you for raising my daughter

Celeste Nurse

This article first appeared on 702 : The parents of Zephany Nurse on what happened 17 years ago


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