Nqaba Bhanga Nelson Mandela Bay metro mayor has spoke publicly for the first time since being released from the hospital, said the collision happened at 23.30 as he was responding to a serious medical emergency.
He Publicly admitted to breaking curfew when his car was involved in a fatal incident in Gqeberha's Algoa Park on August 28.
He didn't say whether the medical issue was his or someone else's, and he didn't say anything about it.
The accident occurred on the same night as the 44-year-birthday. old's Bhanga remarked in an emotional five-minute video:
Police are investigating a homicide case and have indicated that the investigation will determine whether or not a charge of violating lockdown rules should be added.
Bhanga said that he was fully cooperating with the authorities. The mayor was at home recuperating from a broken right wrist.
According to Bhanga's police statement, he was out of his house after curfew because he needed to respond to a "serious medical emergency."
He also said his family had called the relatives of Nonzwakazi Maho and Sandile Ronald Sicolo, who were murdered after their Audi collided with Bhanga's Mercedes-Benz at the intersection of St Leonard's Drive and Uitenhage Road.
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