Former Bafana Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs Middlefield maestro Jabu Mahlangu formerly known as Jabu Pule has been involved in a serious car accident on Saturday Morning. Mahlangu’s attorney confirmed that the star had been hospitalized in the East Rand following the accident. Mahlangu is reportedly recovering in a hospital on the East Rand. According to reports, the crash took place early on Saturday morning. Photos from the scene indicate other vehicles were involved in the accident. An unconfirmed report alleges Mahlangu was driving under the influence of alcohol. Mahlangu has had a share of problems with alcohol in the past which also saw him having on and off-field problems which affected his football career.
Jabu Mahlangu made 99 appearances for the Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs and won 20 caps for South Africa's men's football team Bafana Bafana. He also had a short stint for Kaize chiefs fierce rivals, Orlando Pirates. He is currently an ambassador for SuperSport United, a club he represented briefly in late 2005, as well as a soccer analyst for DSTV.
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