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Peter Ndlovu out of hospital



Former Warriors captain Peter Ndlovu has been discharged from Mater Dei Hospital in Bulawayo.

The ex-Coventry City striker, arguably Zimbabwe’s most famous footballing export, was admitted to the health care facility after suffering injuries in a car accident that tragically claimed the life of his elder brother Adam.

According to the eldest brother in the family, Madinda Ndlovu, his sibling is feeling much better now. He said when Peter was discharged he was able to smile and talk with people who came to visit him.

The Ndlovu family are now considering taking Peter to England to receive further medical treatment.

“I think it is good to have him at home,” Madinda said of Peter.

“And as I said earlier on we are thinking of flying him to England for further treatment. We are grateful to all those who have helped us during this tragic time in our family. We now have to focus on seeing that Peter is fully recovered and back on his feet.”

The one-time Mamelodi Sundowns hitman’s visitors included politician Obert Mpofu, the current Minister of Mines in the Zimbabwean government.



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