Ginimbi’s ex-wife, Zodwa “Zozo” Mkandla, has been involved in an accident while driving her Mercedes Benz G-wagon.
In a video circulating on social media, Zodwa can be seen making frantic calls while standing next to her car, which has been hit from behind by an old model Mercedes Benz Sedan.
Watch the video below:
The world-apart distinction between the two cars at the scene was reminiscent of a more fatal accident which claimed her late partner, Genius Kadungure. Ginimbi died in a head-on collision with a Honda Fit while driving his Rolls Royce. The event would see Zimbabweans labelling the Honda Fit “world’s strongest car.”
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Meanwhile, fourteen Johane Masowe churchgoers have been confirmed dead after they drowned in a river during a baptism ceremony on Saturday evening.
Thirty-three members of the white garment church from Alexandra went for baptism in the Jukskei River in Morningside, Johannesburg, when a flash flood occurred, resulting in the tragedy.
Eyewitnesses told the media that the congregants were standing on rocks in the river when a deluge of water poured. The church leader reportedly escaped death by a whisker when he held on to an overhanging tree branch while being swept away.
The police, fire service and specialist aquatic rescue teams, will continue searching today for three people who are still missing.
Spokesperson of the City of Johannesburg Emergency Medical Services Robert Mulaudzi told eNCA that the teams first recovered two drowned bodies on Saturday before 12 others were retrieved on Sunday from the Jukskei River, bringing the count to 14.
“Our residents, especially congregants who normally practice these kinds of rituals, will be tempted to go to these river streams. Our message for them is to exercise caution as and when they conduct these rituals,” Mulaudzi said.