Peter Ndlovu’s daughter in freak accident


WARRIORS legend Peter Ndlovu’s vehicle was involved in a near fatal accident that left one woman seriously injured and two others with minor injuries at the corner of Leopold Takawira Avenue and Josiah Tongogara Street in Bulawayo yesterday afternoon.



The maroon Nissan Navara with South African registration plates XNT-039 GP was being driven by someone believed to be Ndlovu’s daughter.


Witnesses said the driver of the Navara and her two other female passengers were not injured, but they were all rushed to the United Bulawayo Hospitals (UBH) with the three women hit by the car.

Ndlovu’s wife, Pinky, rushed to the scene of the accident.


“She was driving west along Leopold Takawira Avenue and she seemed to have lost control of the car as she approached Josiah Tongogara Street because the vehicle suddenly climbed onto the side pavement and hit the three women injuring them,” said an eye witness.

“The women were having food by the pavement with a small child who escaped unhurt. They were trapped under the car and passers- by lifted the vehicle to lay it on its side to rescue the women.

“One of the three women appeared to be seriously injured,” the witness said.

When a Southern Eye news crew arrived at the scene of the accident, a crowd had gathered around the vehicle which was about to be towed away.

The tow truck crew was waiting for the Navara keys which had been taken by Ndlovu’s wife when she arrived at the scene.

Ndlovu’s wife also went to UBH where the driver and passengers of her husband’s vehicle had been ferried to.


Ndlovu’s brother Marko Dube confirmed the accident, but could not reveal any details saying he was rushing to UBH.

Bulawayo provincial police spokesperson inspector Mandlenkosi Moyo confirmed the accident, but said details were sketchy as investigations were still underway.


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