DURBAN NORTH – Spokesperson for the Durban North SAPS, Lt Raymond Deokaran said that while he could not disclose too much on the accident on the M4 on Tuesday, he could confirm that it did involve a presidential vehicle which was identified as a BMW.
Media reports have claimed that it was President Jacob Zuma’s convoy that was allegedly involved in an accident enroute to the King Shaka International Airport, after the opening of the Toyota vehicle manufacturing plant in the South.
Two people from the convoy were said to have sustained injuries and were transported to the hospital. President Zuma was, however, uninjured and was taken to the airport to make his flight. The president had been travelling with a blue light brigade.