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Happy Never After: Newlywed Couple Die In Crash On Way To SA From Zim

Tragic and heart-breaking news as a newlywed couple and the sister of the bride was killed in a car crash on their way back from Zimbabwe to South Africa in the early hours of Saturday the 7th and left behind a 2-year-old toddler fighting for his life in hospital.

On the tragic day, Shady Masuku was driving back to Mzansi with his wife Thabitha Mbambo, his sister-in-law Sabelo Mbambo and young Amahle before losing control of his car and overturned killing all 3 instantly at Kranskop Limpopo Province.

Couple die in a crash after wedding. Pic by Ezra Sibanda {Facebook}

The child survived with serious injuries and doctors say he is out of danger. Emergency services had to cut the car open to remove their lifeless bodies which were taken to Polokwane Hospital mortuary.

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The sisters are from Lupane and Masuku is from Nkayi.

Sabelo Mbambo

According to reports, they had a wonderful wedding ceremony on the 27th of December which was well attended by relatives and friends.

The family is appealing for help to transport the body of one sister who didn’t have a funeral policy. Her body remains in the hospital mortuary.

The doctors also want money to attend to the toddler and take scans. Funeral companies have also been asked to assist.

Contact : Ray Mqabuko Mbambo
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Horror As Newlywed Couple Die In Crash On Way To SA From Zim

In other news, some rather horrible news. The ex-Dynamos and Zambia international Philemon Mulala has been killed by his pitbull dogs in the North West.

As reported by Harare Live on Monday, a wife in Lichtenburg, Potchefstroom discovered her husband died after he was attacked by his own three Pitbull dogs.

“We remain with wonderful memories that the late Philemon honoured us with on the pitch. There is a lot that today’s players can learn from the deceased’s generation,” the Football Association of Zambia General Secretary Adrian Kashala said.

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The man has since been identified as the former Dynamos and Zambia international Philemon Mulala, 60. The news was further confirmed by his former teammate Marks Maponyane on Twitter.

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