Missing Tapiwa Matuwi: Family ‘broken’ by six-month search

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Tapiwa Matuwi was final seen nearby Swansea Marina on 7 February

The father of a blank 22-year-old has pronounced his family has been “broken” given his son’s disappearance 6 months ago.

Tapiwa Matuwi was final seen by Swansea Marina during about 07:00 GMT on 7 Feb after visiting Fiction nightclub.

“We are struggling as a family. We don’t know how this will be resolved. We only wants answers,” pronounced his father, Munyaradzi Zvada.

More than 1,200 posters have been placed around south Wales by family and friends given Mr Matuwi vanished.

“There is not a dilemma of south Wales we have not been to,” his father told BBC Radio Wales Breakfast with Claire Summers.

“We are doing all we can. This has left on for too prolonged now.

“His 10-year-old sister is struggling during a moment. Our family life is broken.”

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Munyaradzi Zvada pronounced daily life was full of “anxiety and stress”

South Wales Police is questioning a disappearance of musician Mr Matuwi, a connoisseur from University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

Last month, a force renewed a interest for sightings of Mr Matuwi on his 22nd birthday, observant it indispensable “help to give his family a answers they desperately need”.

Mr Matuwi, a hip bound musician, was speckled on CCTV during Castle Gardens tyro accommodation before he was seen during a marina.

His father has described him as as a “lovely boy” with lots of friends and “very most into his music”.

“This is something we would never wish to occur to any other family,” he said.

“We wish him behind home.”