Tidige family adjusting after 2011 freak accident

Kagelelo Tidige and family
Kagelelo Tidige and family

SELEBI-PHIKWE: The tragic July 9, 2011 night remains indelible in the minds of Kagelelo Tidige’s family.

It is the day he terribly lost his wife and their three-months-old twin girl when a car veered off the road and rammed into their bedroom as they slept.

Mercifully, 35-year-old Tidige’s other twin baby survived unhurt in the accident.His older son and daughter however, sustained serious injuries and had to be airlifted to Princess Marina Hospital.

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