German auto executive missing in South Africa


* Police not investigating kidnapping * Gemballa company renowned for Porsche conversions JOHANNESBURG, Feb 23 (Reuters) - South African police are investigating the disappearance of a German auto executive who went missing three weeks ago while on a business trip to the country. Uwe Gemballa, who is internationally recognised for his Porsche conversions, was apparently in South Africa to consider opening a dealership in Johannesburg. "South African police are working with German ...

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