- Gospel singer, Hlengiwe Mhlaba was involved in a car crash in Melmoth, northern Zululand on Saturday afternoon
-Mhlaba was on her way to Mpumalanga for a performance she was booked at
- The gospel singer suffered serious injuries and has been hospitalised in Empangeni
Mzansi gospel singer, Hlengiwe Mhlaba, has been hospitalised after she was involved in a serious car crash on Saturday afternoon.
According to SowetanLive, the singer was travelling to Mpumalanga where she was booked to perform. The accident occurred in Melmoth, northern Zululand.
Mhlaba’s spokesperson, Nkululeko Khanye ,said the singer’s car rolled when she tried to avoid an oncoming car that was driving towards her.
Mhlaba is said to have suffered serious internal injuries and was admitted to a hospital in Empangeni, KwaZulu-Natal.
“On Saturday it was very wet when the incident happened. Hlengiwe saw a car that was driving straight towards her and tried to avoid it, but lost control and the car rolled.
“We ask the nation to continue to pray for her speedy recovery as well,” said Khanye.
Mhlaba is known for her powerful voice and has released albums such as Laphalala Igaz, Dwala Lami, Blessings and Esandleni Somusa.
Prayers have been pouring in on social media to wish the gospel singer a speedy recovery:
Meanwhile, a week ago, Briefly.co.za reported that popular comedy actor, Kevin Hart, was involved in a car accident that has been described as 'horrible.' His fans all over the world are praying that he will be alright after it was reported he sustained 'serious back injuries'.
American actor and comedian, Kevin Hart, was left with 'serious back injuries' after he was in a car crash on Sunday, 1 September. Hart and two others were fortunate to survive the accident, that was reported by TimesLIVE as a 'horror crash'.
The 41-year-old, his driver and a female passenger were on Malibu's Mulholland Highway when the driver lost control of Hart's Plymouth Barracuda and smashed into a wooden fence after veering off the road, reported Metro.
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