Former #OPW presenter, Kayise Ngqula, loses her husband in car crash

Former #OPW presenter, Kayise Ngqula, loses her husband in car crash

Ex-Our Perfect Wedding presenter, Kayise Ngqula, lost her husband, Farai Sibanda, in a car accident, according to a recent report. Farai was in ICU for a week before he succumbed to his injuries.

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Kayise Ngqula, former presenter of the TV show, Our Perfect Wedding, is currently facing a difficult time, according to a report by SowetanLIVE.

The presenter's husband, Farai Sibanda, has passed away on Saturday night, 22 June, after getting hurt earlier during a tragic car crash.

Kayise was apparently in the car with Farai, who was driving, when they were involved in the accident during the early morning hours of the morning.

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The report indicates that Farai was in ICU for about a week before his injuries proved too much for him.

Briefly.co.za gathered the accident took place in Sandton.

Kayise's mom, Fikiswa Gatya, has apparently confirmed the news to SowetanLIVE and said her daughter is in hospital, recovering from her own injuries.

"She is stable. She is recovering from some fractures on her body. One can say she’s out of danger now."
"She is devastated as you can imagine. They have an eight-month-old baby. Even their union is fairly new. She’s really struggling."

Kayise and Farai got married in August 2018 before they welcomed a baby boy into the world.

For now, the funeral hasn't been finalised yet.

"The family is still in discussion. He is of Zimbabwean origin, so the family has been informed and some of them are already here. They arrived as soon as they were informed of the accident."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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