- Radio and TV broadcaster, Penny Lebyane, dislocated her elbow in a recent freak accident
- She was participating in a mom's race at her child's school when she had a nasty fall
- But luckily, it wasn't too serious and she managed to "pop it back"
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TV and radio personality, Penny Lebyane, accidentally dislocated her elbow while racing at her child’s sports day recently.
Strange accidents are known to happen on a daily basis. Lebyane’s experience is a testament to this.
Lebyane shared a video on Instagram showing the race she ran with other moms, and just as she reaches the finish line, she takes a tumble and dislocates her elbow.
She wrote: “It was fun, I showed up for my #eagles school inter house athletics #mothers race 100meters. Then I fell dislocated my elbow Thank you Lord no bones were fractured I during my fall. @knights_prep mothers, teachers, children thank u your prayers. I love u all."
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Lebyane was thoroughly examined, and thankfully she didn’t fracture any bones during her nasty fall. Her dislocated elbow was “popped back” into place.
Lebyane seemed relieved that it wasn’t anything too serious but we salute her for being an active mom and supporting her child at the school sports. Go #Eagles! We wish Lebyane a speedy recovery.
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About three days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi broadcaster, Penny Lebyane, has been working the entertainment field for more than 20 years, and through the years has successfully solidified herself as one of the country’s most-loved and respected entertainers.
Penny has successfully dabbled between radio and presenting and has achieved many firsts for Mzansi stars, and that has put her into a league of her own.
The media personality recently bagged her fifth Yes, that’s right folks - she’s been on the cover of True Love magazine a whopping five times already.
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