Woman dies in VID queue to obtain driver’s licence

A Bulawayo woman, Eunice Sibanda (52) of Tshabalala suburb and a teacher at Masuku Primary School, collpased and died on Wednesday while standing in a queue at Plumtree Vehicle Inspection Department (VID) trying to obtain a driver’s licence.

Speaking to The Chronicle, her daughter, Ms Lisa Sibanda, said her mother left for Plumtree in the morning where she intended to undergo a road test to obtain a driver’s licence. She said:

My mum left early yesterday morning (Wednesday) for Plumtree. We were hoping to congratulate her since she was going to undergo a road test. We were shocked to receive a call in the afternoon from Plumtree saying that my mum had collapsed. We rushed to Plumtree but when we got there. VID officials directed my uncles to check for her body at a mortuary.

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Woman dies in VID queue to obtain driver’s licence