- In August, Sbahle Mpisane was left in critical condition following a horrendous car accident
- For the first time since the crash, Sbahle has spoken out to her fans
- In a video on Instagram she has thanked her fans for their support and congratulated her parents on their wedding anniversary
Sbahle Mpisane has appeared in her first video since she cheated death after crashing her car in August.
Sbahle’s brother and sister posted a video on Instagram of their sister wishing their parents a happy anniversary, and this is the first time that the public has seen her since her accident.
In the video, Sbahle also thanks her friends, family and fans for all of the gifts and support that she has received during this difficult time.
Sbahle’s boyfriend, Itumeleng Khune also took to Instagram to announce that he has also managed to speak to his queen and was relieved to hear her voice once again.
Doctors did not think that the fitness guru had much chance of making a full recovery, but she defied odds and has been recovering in the Intensive Care Unit at St Augustine’s Hospital in Durban.
Briefly.co.za previously learned that paramedics needed to use the jaws of life to cut Sbahle out of her car which had overturned after she lost control and hit a streetlight.
Her car also burst into flames after the impact, but thankfully Brian Dube saved her life after he saw what happened and rushed to extinguish the fire.
Soon after the accident, it was revealed that the car she was driving was actually registered in Itumeleng's name, however most South Africans couldn't care about this detail and were only concerned with her well being.
Sbu Mpisane, Sbahle’s father, was the first one to confirm the news of her crash and he has been keeping her followers up to date with every bit of progress she has made.
Her family held a fitness day to honour Sbahle and gave her fans the opportunity to show their support for her.
Sbu has been praying for his daughter and fortunately, his prayers were answered when she was finally taken off life support and opened her eyes for the first time only a few weeks after arriving in hospital.
Do you have a story to share with us? Inbox us on our Facebook page and we could feature your story.
Watch the animated video and head over to Briefly South Africa’s Youtube channel for more.