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Heart Broken Lenasia Family Breaks Silence On Death of Family Bread-winner

A greatly heart-broken Lenasia famil finally gotten the opportunity to freely express the loss of their bread winner who sadly passed away recently.

As loved ones accumulated at the home of the late Joburg civic chairman Jolidee Matongo, who kicked the bucket in an accident on the Golden Highway on Saturday night, another family was additionally getting the bits of a daily existence lost in the lethal mishap that killed three individuals. 

South Africans are as yet recuperating from the shock passing of Johannesburg Mayor Jolidee Matongo who met his destiny after getting back from an ANC crusade in Soweto last end of the week. 

In spite of his demise which was brought about by a fender bender, having evoked outrageous responses from the political circle and the more extensive public, President Ramaphosa at last visited the group of the expired on Thursday to officially communicate his sincerest sympathies. 

The awful accident on the Golden Highway close to Soweto on Sunday evening killed Matongo, 46, Lenasia circuit tester Sagel Singh, 23, a still unidentified walker. 

Matongo's driver and protector — both genuinely harmed in the accident — are recuperating in clinic and have been getting visits from significant level dignitaries. 

Examinations are continuous and an instance of wild and careless driving has been opened at the Lenasia South police headquarters. 

It is asserted that the accident was started by a passerby who attempted to stumble into the thruway. There was a steering of two vehicles — Matongo's BMW X5 and a bakkie driven by Singh — and afterward an accident. The passerby, Matongo and Singh all kicked the bucket on the scene while Matongo's two partners were pulled from the destruction. 

Singh's demise has come as a total shock to his family, who accept "he was going along guiltlessly when he got unexpectedly hit by the X5 that hit a person on foot, let completely go and hammered head on into him". 

Addressing TimesLIVE, Singh's sibling Sheridon, 26, said Singh had been working all of Saturday, had dropped off his laborers and was coming back when the accident occurred.

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