After the accident, they shared images of their crashed tour bus and Bandile on the ground, highlighting the severity of the situation. They expressed their gratitude for surviving the "craziest car accident" and acknowledged the goodness of God.
"God has really been good to us, we so grateful," the duo said.
Bandile has opened up about undergoing five surgeries and after being in a wheelchair.
Since then, Bandile has been using crutches and limping. Recently, he revealed that he has undergone two operations and has spent two years relying on crutches. He expressed hope that his most recent operation would be the last one.
Unfortunately, the aftermath of the accident has been accompanied by complications. Bandile reportedly took legal action against the Road Accident Fund (RAF) after they rejected his R3-million car accident claim. The event organiser, who had booked them for the day of the accident, confirmed that only Banele was able to attend the event. Bandile sustained a knee fracture, an injury to his right knee ligament, and psychological trauma. The twins claimed R900,000 in general damages, an additional R50,000 for emergency medical treatment, and sought compensation of R2.4 million for past and future loss of income resulting from the accident. In total, they are pursuing R3.3 million from the Road Accident Fund.