The car accidents has left a big hole in the south African football spectrum,there are many talents lost in the south african road.Back in mid 2000s,south africa lost a very young and promising players like Lesley Manyathela and Gift Leremi,since then,the players have been dying at a very faster rate, Richard and Joseph Henyekane died of thr car accidents,this was the saddest moment for the family to loose the two professional players the same way.The passing of Anele Ngcongca 2020 is one issue that left south Africans in disbelief,a very disciplined player who have built a very successful career both locally and internationally.The former Bafana Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs star Jabu Mahlangu is reported to have been involved in a car accident on friday night,Jabu Mahlangu's lawyer had confirmed that Jabu is in hospital,the lawyers had also revealed that they haven't been able to get in touch with their client as they are awaiting for an update from the medical team that is taking care of Jabu Mahlangu in Kempton Park.Luckily enough Jabu hasn't met his demise,it will have been the saddest news ever and the great loss,Jabu is still very active in the south african football.South african football fraternity can't afford to lose another soul to the car crash.
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