Peter Ndlovu now ‘recovering at Mater dei Medical Hospital’


    Former Coventry, Birmingham, Sheffield United and Zimbabwe winger Peter Ndlovu is said to be in recovery at Mater dei hospital after being seriously injured in a car crash that claimed his brother Adam.

    The accident, in Victoria Falls also claimed a female passenger who was also travelling with them it has been alleged.

    Ndlovu, 39, is assistant coach of the Zimbabwean national side, for whom he made 100 appearances, and head coach of the national under-23 team.

    Medical Staff at Mater Dei have said that Peter is now out of danger and talking. However, his injuries remain serious though he is stable at present.

    Peter sustained internal injuries, head injuries, broken ribs and a broken leg.

    Ndlovu’s condition was monitored through the morning and he was subsequently moved from Victoria Falls hospital to Mater dei in Bulawayo as there were concerns about the facilities in Victoria falls.

    Meanwhile Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai sent out his condolences to the Ndlovu’s.

    “Adam and Peter were part of our national football Dream Team in the 1990s and have continued to impart their skills to other young Zimbabwean footballers,” Tsvangirai said.

    • Concomitant siqhoza

      Ivavo vakomana vekwedu vanotamba kufanana neshumba- thats you Peter. Fight like a lion and be well. May God be with you througout this difficult time and may He heal your wounds in Jesus name, amen.

    • Cde Gendecratic -Tete Provincial Commander 1975-1980

      Get well soon Peter. We dont need this ZANU Politburo thing to declare Adam a national hero. The guy sacrificed everything for the glory of this country.

    • Grace Marufu

      I believe kuti cult yana sekuru ndoyakonzeresa kuti VaNkomo vadzidziuke. Muchaona kuti the oldman will rise from his death bed. I have seen a lot and a lot is happening as I write this message. Tiri pakati pekupfungaidza nekuteketera together with all Zanu PF front runners. Takasunga machira matsvuku mumusoro asi takapfeka magown emashavi eblack. Munhu wese ane chuma chenyoka yendara nematsito kumeso.

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    • thomas

      I am at loss of words. These young boys united zimbabwe in a way that even our old people could not. Rest in peace adam. Peter ,may the good lord sustain and keep you. Adam i will remember you for the goal u scored against my favourite team dynamos .


      Very sad indeed but i understand these guys were suppose to travel by bus with the rest of former Highlanders players,for a match in Vic Falls but they opted to go using their car and worse still Peter was hurrying to go and have a good one at some lodge with the late Ms Tshili,women are the evil of everything,if it wasn’t for her these guys would have traveled with the rest of the team.Remember what happened to the biblical Adam at the garden of Eden.

    • Dzimai Moto

      @ Chando! Do you know that people are remembered for the good they do? Peter donated to the national team several times. At one time the press was against Peter when he asked about medical aid. Peter did not change, he continued to bail out the national team. Peter never said that he is a saint but he did a lot of good even to his enemies.

    • Dennis

      Sorry peter for the loss of ur br adam wish u quick recovery

    • Bla Miki

      Please do not drink and drive especially with your small houses wearing mini skirts with no pants.

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    • Kay65

      RIP Adamski we shall remember u 4eva@Peter,get wel soon bro.

    • Brian Chikwati

      Peter we Zimbabweans wish you a very speedy recovery. We all love you and hope the might Lody will spare you. To Adam we know as we grieve, you are with the lovely God’s angels. May your dear soul rest in peace.All loving people please pray for the NDLOVU family through this heart breaking times.

    • Bla Miki

      Doesn’tmatter Tongogara, the above comment posted in name was written by an mdc son of a ******* whose wish is to create many enermies than friends and admirers for me. You will note in my previous posts that l do have high regards for the Ndlovus’ (Madinda, late Adam and Peter) for their total commitment towards soccer development in Zimbabwe. I was at odds in many cases with some Dzungumos die hards who still thought Bambo was better than the Flying Elephant. When l first heard the news early in the morning yesterday through Shingie Kawondera, l couldn’t control my tears. Even the devil himself Tsvangay took time to sent condolences to the Ndlovu family. I wish you a speedy recovery Peter. May God grant Adam a deserved peacefull rest. Now Doesntmatter, can you also check for me with the Editor as to why he still enjoys publishing some comments he knows are coming from an mdc coward and not from me?

    • Taibbila Sande

      water already are spilled no one can return water into container again.Guys lets cry together Adam was so good to everyone nomatter an enemy.

    • Bla Miki

      Dosen’tmatter Tongogara did you speak to the Editor? If not do not waste your time or breathe l will do it myself you are just as useless as Tsvangay and his sex gangsters anyway.

    • http://google nobert chikuni

      zvinorwadza izvi.

    • Bla Miki

      Mr Editor why are not deleting all my comments. I do not see the reason why my comments should be published uri mhusattawenyokho mahobi anenge egudo mavekundi bhowa manje. You think I do not know the deal you made with Cde Dosentmatter Tongogara nxa.