Sbahle Mpisane relieved that NPA dropped charges against her

Sbahle Mpisane relieved that NPA dropped charges against her

Sbahle Mpisane is so happy since hearing the news from the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) about the decision to drop the charges of reckless and negligent driving against her after her near-fatal accident on 9 August last year.

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Sbahle Mpisane is very happy after the NPA decided not to prosecute her last week and instead chose to drop the charges against her. She is now more determined to make a full recovery and get back to living a normal life again.

According to ZAlebs, Sbahle told Isolezwe that she was very happy because the situation really worried her, especially since she has no memory of anything prior to the accident happening.

She told the publication that she tried to remember but her mind does not allow her to recollect what had happened. The fitness bunnie said she can’t remember anything and it’s been really frustrating since she woke up in hospital and remained there while people tried to hide the damage that was caused.

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However, Sbahle is making steady progress and can't wait to get back to her life as a fitness instructor and gym fanatic.

Three months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Sbahle Mpisane had opened up about her accident and the pain she experienced after waking up from a coma. Briefly.co.za previously reported Sbahle Mpisane had suffered severe injuries after a near fatal car crash last year.

The popular fitness bunnie was left comatose and had to be placed on life support for several days at St Augustine’s Hospital in Durban. Furthermore, the SA celeb had to stay in the hospital for three months before she was allowed to go home.

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Meanwhile, a week ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Sbahle was determined to be positive and enjoy her life even though she's still recovering from her accident.

Despite her recovery process taking so long and still being in a wheelchair, Mzansi's bunnie is making the most of her life. She's looking at things from a different perspective, a more positive one.

Sbahle took to her Instagram account and shared a snap of herself for all her followers to see. Sbahle was all dolled up and had the biggest smile on her face. It looks like she was laughing while on the phone with someone.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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