The young Zimbabwean man who vanished in February this year in Wales has still not been found.

There is no news or leads on the whereabouts of Tapiwa Matuwi, three months after he was last seen leaving a nightclub with friends.

His father, Munyaradzi Zvada said the pain of not knowing was just too much. He turned 40 recently and said there were no celebrations. Instead he spent his day looking for his son. For him, having his son home would be the best present he could ever have.
He said it had been tough for everyone - especially for Tapi's mum Nyengeterayi Matuvi-Zvada and his 10-year-old sister.

"We just want Tapi home, it's so tough, we are still searching every day and we just have to try and stay positive and focus. I haven't been able to work since Tapi went missing, I'm exhausted but I can't afford to switch off.

"With the time that has passed we are desperate to find answers quickly, but as each day passes it brings more pressure, stress and anxiety. All we want is for Tapi to come home, we still have no leads."

He added: "We know that someone out there has some information, please just let us know."

Last month, friends of Tapi organised a concert to raise money for a private investigator to help with the search.

Detective Inspector Matthew Davies said: “We continue to investigate Tapi’s disappearance and we need your help to give his family the answers they desperately need.

"We have spoken to a number of witnesses but if anyone has any information we would ask them to contact us, even if you do not think it’s important.”