Warriors and Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe crashed his white South Africa registered BMW at the back of another car in Bulawayo this afternoon.
Hadebe’s car had its bumper heavily damaged. The accident occurred near OK Zimbabwe along 9th Avenue and Jason Moyo Street in Bulawayo. Hadebe escaped the accident unharmed.
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