- Popular Zimbabwean businessman and socialite Ginimbi Kadungure tragically died in a car accident in the early hours of Sunday morning
- He was involved in an accident along with three other people, who also passed away
- According to a Twitter user, Kadungure was allegedly speeding and trying to overtake cars. He collided with one of the cars and was flung out of his vehicle
Zimbabwean businessman Genius Kadungure, better known as Ginimbi died in the early hours of this morning in a car accident. He was coming back from fitness fundi Moana's birthday party, which was held at his night club Dreams Nightlife Club.
He passed away with three other friends who were with him. The birthday girl Moana, Elisha and Karim.
According to Twitter user @DKuwanga, Ginimbi was allegedly speeding and trying to overtake cars when the accident took place. The driver whose car he overtook watched on as he collided with the second car he wanted to overtake.
Both of the vehicles burst into flames and Ginimbi was flung out of his Bentley.
He was not wearing a seatbelt and he died instantly. Tributes poured in for the businessman and socialite on social media. Many were shocked at the news of his death. Ginimbi's family also confirmed the tragic news.
Mzansi's Sizwe Dhlomo was also in disbelief. He tweeted: "Damn!".
Tributes also poured in for the people who also died in the horrific accident. Rest in peace.
In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a Kaizer Chiefs youth player tragically passed away in a car accident. Kaizer Chiefs Under 19 Youth Development Academy player, James McFarlane tragically died after being involved in a car accident on Thursday. The academy star was only 18-years-old. He regularly featured in the under 17 national team, Amajimbos. His death was confirmed by his managing agency, Siyavuma Sports Group on Friday. The agency released a statement.
The statement read: “It’s with a very heavy heart that we advise that James McFarlane, Kaizer Chiefs U19 and SA national U17 team player has passed away in a tragic accident. We have lost one of our family.”
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