Not long ago we had the news of veteran actor Patric Shai committing suicide. Not news coming out of Naturena is that former Kaizer Chiefs player Jabu Pule was involved in a car accident allegedly drunk driving. We know he has a history of drinking and it was not a good thing for him as it ended his career. Pule’s Attorney Mabu Marweshe from a law firm that represents Pule. Marweshe attorneys said he could not provide details on Jabu’s condition.
He said Pule, 41 is in Far East Rand Hospital in Brakpan, and that the accident occurred in the early hours of Saturday morning.
” We can confirm the accident happened involving our client and he is still in hospital. As soon as the doctors have given the go ahead to consult with us we will be able to provide more information,” Marweshe told reporters. He said the law firm has not taken instructions from Pule on the matter yet. Early indications are that there were other vehicles involved and other people injured, who are also in hospital. A source close to Pule said he was driving his BMW 4 series. We wish him all the best and those who were involved to recover quickly.
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