Clarity expected on Madisha's death soon as DNA tests come in

Clarity expected on Madisha's death soon as DNA tests come in

- Clarity is expected soon in the investigation into the death of Motjeka Madisha

- DNA test results are expected by the end of the week and will hopefully answer some questions

- The family has been deeply affected by Madisha's sudden passing

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Following the tragic death of Motjeka Madisha a lot of people were eager to know more about what happened and perhaps what caused the fatal crash.

Sunsport revealed that the politicians and Mamelodi Sundowns officials had to act to speed up the pathologists' investigation.

The family spokesperson Fanie Tsele has said that the family is expecting to get results by the end of the week. The people who died in the car crash were unable to be identified on the scene and the DNA tests will shed more light on the incident.

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Clarity expected on Madisha's death soon as DNA tests come in

Motjeka Madisha's sudden passing shocked his family and South Africa. Photo credit: motjeka
Source: Instagram

There are questions about Madisha's death as he was not present at the Sundowns 50th birthday bash and he did not personally accept an award from the Limpopo department of sports.

The Madisha family are not coping well with the sudden loss.

Earlier, reported that the family of late Mamelodi Sundowns player Motjeka Madisha have requested privacy since his passing. According to a recent Twitter thread by Sundowns, Madisha's family had met with pathologists to establish if the person who had passed away in the horrific crash is indeed their son.

The following tweet by Masandawana stated that the Madisha family had requested privacy while the relevant protocols are being followed during this trying time of uncertainty.

The club stated that they would follow up with whatever results come through from the DNA tests. The tweet went on to say that the necessary authorities with relevant expertise are also attempting to identify the driver of the car.

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In other news, Pitso Mosimane is the latest person in South Africa's football world to share a tribute for the late Mamelodi Sundowns player, Motjeka Madisha, who died on Saturday this weekend in a fatal car accident.

Mosimane, who is the former Mamelodi Sundowns coach, headed to his Twitter page and shared a picture of the Sundowns defender Madisha standing face-to-face with another footballer during what looks like a very intense match.

The captionless post quickly garnered thousands of likes and reactions from Mosimane's followers and football lovers. Many of them headed to the comment section to share messages of support and encouragement with Mosimane and the Madisha family.

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