- It's been more than a year since Sbahle Mpisane survived a car accident that could have been fatal
- She's been in recovery and although it hasn't been easy, Sbahle's been strong
- Her recovery comes one day at a time and the fitness bunnie is inspiring her fans with her determined spirit
More than a year after barely escaping with her life from a serious car accident, Sbahle Mpisane is serving as an inspiration.
The fitness bunnie made headlines after she lost control of her car and hit a pole, causing a near-fatal crash.
Sbahle has been in recovery for months and it has been a difficult journey for her. But she remains positive and determined that life won't keep her down.
Briefly.co.za takes a look at the young lady's road to recovery so far, and how she's serving goals by refusing to stop smiling.
About 5 months ago, Sbahle bravely took her first 3 steps almost a year after the crash. This was a big milestone for her.
She shared the moment with her followers and they were immensely proud of her.
Sbahle honoured her second chance at life with some fresh ink, getting a tattoo to celebrate the life she's been blessed with.
She's been working out like crazy to get her body back in the good shape she was in before that fateful day.
The fitness bunnie has shown that she has not and will not give up on her goals and dreams. She continues to inspire many with her strength and positivity.
Three months ago, Sbahle inspired yet again when she fearlessly took on a fashion show runway in her wheelchair.
Anyone who thought that being in a wheelchair would break her was completely wrong!
Just a month ago, Sbahle revealed that she remembered her car accident. She's had flashbacks of the incident that she had previously no memory of, such as who was responsible.
Shortly after that she finally connected with the man who saved her life, Brian Dube. She took to social media to share that she was finally ready to meet the man who pulled her from her burning car last year.
Sbahle was overwhelmed when a fan sent her Brian's contact details and she got to speak to him.
In her most recent victory over life's attempt to keep her down, Sbahle reached a recovery milestone.
She can now use a treadmill, and under the watchful eye of a neighbour, she was able to walk the treadmill for five minutes.
Slowly but surely, Sbahle is taking brave steps on her long journey to recovery.
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