Golden Highway in Sebokeng

According to ER24, paramedics arrived on the scene at 7.40 pm to find the vehicle stationary on the road.

Two women in their 40s were killed while crossing the Golden Highway while seemingly trying to get to the Golden Gardens suburb of Sebokeng on foot on Wednesday evening.

They were struck by a BMW SUV and died on impact.

According to ER24, paramedics arrived on the scene at 7.40 pm to find the vehicle stationary in the road and the bodies of the two women on the center median of the highway.

They both showed no signs of life and were declared dead on arrival.

The driver was shaken but uninjured.

The Sebokeng Fire Department, as well as the South African Police Services, were on the scene for further investigations, ER24 said.

According to Road Traffic Management Corporation’s National Road Safety Strategy 2016 – 2030, vehicle factors makeup 14.1% of fatal collisions, while human factors account for 73.6% of fatalities on the roads. The road environment accounts for 12.3%.


The organization found that pedestrian deaths account for 40% of all road fatalities.

In other news – Jub Jub & Kelly Khumalo’s son knows the Uncles who killed Senzo Meyiwa – Kelly Khumalo confesses

Singer, Kelly Khumalo, has piqued the suspicion of social media users after a contradictory interview claiming that her son she sired with Jub Jub knows and even identifies on television the ‘uncles’ [supposedly relatives or close family friends] who killed Senzo Meyiwa.

Kelly Khumalo & Jub Jub

Kelly Khumalo’s six-month-old interview with eNCA trended on social media on Tuesday, 12 November 2019, and has since gone viral. In the interview with television host, Ayanda Allie Paine, Kelly claims that her son recognized the “uncles” that killed his father on television. However, in the same interview, she claims she still hasn’t told her son that the former national goalkeeper has passed on. continue reading

Source: The Citizen