Sasha-Lee’s mum distraught, praying she’s found alive

Sandra November says she immediately went to the police station to report her daughter (6) missing.

Sasha-Lee’s family in their home in Hanover Park. Picture: Thomas Holder/EWN.

CAPE TOWN - The mother of a missing Hanover Park child says the family is distraught and praying they find her alive and well.

Six-year-old Sasha-Lee November went missing on Sunday.

She was last seen playing with friends near her home in Groenal Walk.

Her mother, Sandra November, says she initially thought her daughter slept over at her neighbour's house.

Father of missing Sasha-Lee November, Calvin November, stands outside his home in Hanover Park, tears in his eyes.

But on Monday morning when she went to the neighbour's house, they told her that the child had not spent the night there.

The visibly distressed mother says she immediately went to the police station to report her daughter missing.

She says she has not been able to sleep or eat since her daughter's sudden disappearance.

Sasha-Lee November's parents, Calvin and Sandra, outside their home in Hanover Park.

Pictures: Thomas Holder/EWN.