Eswatini Daily News

Former Minister survived Nasty Accident at eLangeni

Yesterday we posted images via our Facebook page after we had received them from one of our loyal readers to share. However, our loyal reader couldn’t share much info and we have recently found out from sourcing full story from Times Of Swaziland.

The Newspaper reported that one of the vehicles that were involved in that very same accident was Rodger Mamba and left his vehicle damaged along Elangeni Public Road. Mamba is lucky to be alive after his car was involved in the accident with two other vehicles, which were also badly damaged. The former minister is said to have been rushed to the Manzini Clinic following the accident, while the driver of another vehicle, a Ford Ranger, which was also involved in the accident, who was identified as a Central Bank of Eswatini employee was rushed to the Mbabane Clinic. It was reported that the driver of the third vehicle, a white Isuzu van, was taken to the Raleigh Fitkin Memorial (RFM) Hospital.

Sergeant Nomcebo Vilakati, a traffic police officer at the Lobamba Police Station, who was found at the accident scene, said the white Isuzu van which was pulling a trailer was heading towards the Manzini direction and it is suspected that its driver lost control of it and veered into the opposite lane, hitting two vehicles that were in the Mbabane.

Related posts

Italy to pass tougher measures to deter migrant arrivals


West African regional group weighs next steps on Niger


G20 agrees to pursue tripling renewables capacity but stops short of major goals


Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Siyabonga Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy