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Verdict – Peter Ndlovu not guilty

Posted: 12 April 2013 Time: 16:48

The Victoria Falls Magistrate’s Court on Friday dismissed the charges of culpable homicide that were being levelled against former Zimbabwe national team captain Peter Ndlovu.

In a trial that began on Wednesday, Ndlovu was being charged over a December 16 car crash near the Victoria Falls Airport that killed his brother Adam and a passenger, Nomqhele Tshili.

Magistrate Archibald Dingana ruled that prosecutors – who argued that Ndlovu (39) was driving above 120km/per hour when the accident occurred – failed to convincingly prove their case.

Ndlovu, who maintained his innocence throughout the trial, said through his lawyer Harrison Nkomo that he was driving at between 90 and 100km/h when one of the vehicle's tyres burst, causing him to lose control.

The former Coventry City, Sheffield United and Mamelodi Sundowns winger – who broke down on Wednesday while explaining his innocence – insisted the accident was caused by a burst tyre.

Previous comments on this story...
posted: 05:04 pm
South African Court will drop Bryce Moon charges too
posted: 05:07 pm
Mxxx wateva...!!!!

Thanx Mr Motsepe again you are the one who make all Psl bosses to start paying the players very wel by bring dis man down to Mzansi from der all players were signed contract above millions of Rands
posted: 05:09 pm
I was with Isaac Chansa at OR Tambo airport today, he is now waiting for medical results. If u want to c us together email ur address to i will send it
Gold & Black Rhino
posted: 06:11 pm
He Must Go Back to Zimbabwe Before He Hit More Orlando Pirates Fans on the Road. Everbody Knows that Pirates Fans they Don't Have Cars is Why there Home Games are Full Empty in Orlando Stadium. Love & Peace!
Champ Double Nostra
posted: 06:33 pm
Shame Mr Ndlovu talk to God and ask for forgiveness if you wrong my Nigga
posted: 09:14 pm
The night before Peter was at the National Soccer Star of the year awards. He had driven almost 1000km to tAKE PART IN A CHARITY MATCH in that part of the country. the guy was just on national service
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