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Top 5 South African celebs who accidentally killed people

Jub jub

Themba Tshabalala, a co-accused with the South African hip-hop artist, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for killing four children and injuring two others during a race on March 8, 2010.

Tshabalala and Jub jub were under the influence of strong drugs at the time of the incident, and they argued that they were insane. The two guys were released from prison early on January 5, 2017, after completing only four years of their eight-year sentence. In addition, take a look at: Robert Madzonga, the manager of #VBS, has a lavish lifestyle: I'm one of the few black Lamborghinis owners.

Manaka Ranaka

Zalebs revealed that she was on her way to Durban for an end-of-week getaway when she struck an 18-year-old woman who was crossing the N3 by foot.

Ranaka went to the young woman's house to apologize to her family, according to a Sunday Sun meeting. "I apologized to the family and was granted an explanation. In such family, there is no animosity. Those are real people who saw the accident for what it was "That's what she told me.

Oscar Pistorius

Reeva Steenkamp was shot and killed five years ago on Valentine's Day by Oscar Pistorius, a paralympic athlete who mistakenly believed she was a gatecrasher.

Pistorius was sentenced to five years in prison with an additional three-year suspended sentence following a lengthy preliminary hearing in 2014. After an appeal by the express, Pistorius' sentence was increased to 13 years on November 24, 2017.

Tokollo Tshabalala

A stop sign was the catalyst for a chance encounter with Botswana experts. To avoid arrest, he drove away and tried to overwhelm another vehicle when police tried to stop him. As a result of his erroneous perception of approaching automobiles, he was struck in the head. Maria Monyatsi, a financial analyst, was the driver of the second car and was killed in the collision.

As a result, Tshabalala was accused of manslaughter and removed from office by Botswana experts. Tshabalala agreed to return when the SA experts had confirmation that he would not be executed. Later, he was cleared of all allegations.

Judith Sephuma

On the 29th of January 2013, a 79-year-old retired man was shot and killed in Mofolo, Soweto. He rushed her to a clinic, according to the accounts, while she was on her way to the institution. The elderly woman died just a few hours after receiving a medical vehicle. As it turned out, Sephuma's family pardoned and even maintained contact with her children, much like Ranaka's family did with Ranaka.


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