This afternoon, well-known Gospel musician Thina Zungu was traveling with his family when they were engaged in a car accident. The artist and his family were on their way to the airport when the tragedy took place. The musician shared a number of photographs of the incident on his Facebook page, which he used to break the news to the general public.
According to the Gospel star, he was on his way to the memorial ceremony for Deborah Fraser, who had passed away. While he and his family were riding in their white BMW, he praised God in the caption of the photo they took. Zungu did not provide any further information regarding the extent of any injuries that may have been sustained.
"From Airport attempting to cover mam Debora's memorial with family thanks God for sparing us kunqabe umusa kaThixo" "From Airport attempting to cover mam Debora's memorial with family"
The passing of iconic gospel singer Deborah Fraser has left a significant impact on a great number of people and has contributed to the current difficult situation in the gospel industry. The accident involving Zungu is evidence that one's life can drastically alter in the blink of an eye; nonetheless, the fact that he and his family were not killed is all that matters. The star was quickly comforted by fans, who also expressed their gratitude to God for delivering him from harm.
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