Sbahle Mpisane has finally started talking after a horror crash on Women’s Day and it seems she may have given some insight about what happened.
Her father, Sbu, says someone tried to kill Sbahle the morning her car crashed into a tree and overturned on Margaret Mncadi Avenue (formerly Victoria Embankment) in Durban on Thursday 9 August.
The former Metro cop believes her car was pushed off the road by another vehicle.
Speaking to Times Select, Sbu says his daughter knows the man and he was with her the night before she left the club.
Sbahle attended a function on 8 August and was on her way home when the accident occurred the next morning.
Sbu has vowed to track down the man he believes is responsible for “causing” the crash. The businessman claims the man drove off after the accident. He did not reveal where he got the details from.
“I am not a member of the mafia, I have gotten this information and I have taken it to the police, but I am not just going to sit on my hands and do nothing. I am going to find this man,” he told the publication.
Durban police are currently investigating a case of reckless and negligent driving.
There’s no word yet on how the latest development will affect the case.
The first person Sbahle asked for when she started speaking for the first time on Sunday afternoon was her father.
“I want my dad,” TimesLIVE quoted her as saying. Sbu told the publication “she has come back to life”.
“I have said all this time she is a fighter and now she has spoken for the first time.”