Owner of the popular Max's Lifestyle restaurant in Umlazi, Durban, is in hospital after being shot twice on Thursday night. This incident left his daughter's heart racing and she wrote that on her Twitter page right after the incident. It just happened so quick and unexpectedly but Mqadi managed to fled from the gunmen and go to the hospital. Max Mqadi (51) was attacked by unknown gunmen after leaving his business premises in Umlazi, Durban.
It seems like these people know his pattern or they were watching him the whole time waiting for him to be in a compromising position. It is very disheartening that there's a lot of cruel people who are always waiting to shed blood, they do it for various motives but no reason is good enough to murder. It would be great if Mqadi saw either one of the faces or both so that they can be apprehended. People still can't get over the fact that his phone saved him and they wishing him a speedy recovery. Some people are making jokes that if it was a mobile it would have not saved him, thank God he owns an iPhone.
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