Motshekga 'devastated' at fatal crash that killed MP

File Parliament released a statement on Wednesday saying four MPs were involved in a tragic car accident

File Parliament released a statement on Wednesday saying four MPs were involved in a tragic car accident

The fatal accident occurred when the vehicle four MPs were travelling in collided with a minibus taxi leaving three people injured while on their way to an oversight visit to schools. The other occupants were seriously injured, and are in a stable condition at Paarl Medi-Clinic and Paarl Provincial Hospital.

In a WhatsApp message to African Independent Ollis said: "I'm ok". The DA sent its condolences to Khoza's family.

"He died in the line of duty, serving his country and his people".

The Gauteng Department of Education has confirmed that member of Parliament Timothy Khoza died in a vehicle accident in Paarl in the Western Cape on Wednesday morning. The ANC said it was unfortunate that it was losing another member in such a short space of time. "Those in hospital, we also should support them and make sure that we pray for them, we hope that they recover as soon as possible".

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He was a MP nominated by the Mpumalanga ANC in 2014. Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga was shocked by the news.

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The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) says its crash investigating team will work with other law enforcement authorities to investigate and establish the root cause of an accident near Cape Town in which a member of parliament was killed on Wednesday morning.

"We know that no words can replace the loss of a loved one, a breadwinner and a champion of educating our children. We have to answer hard questions from them about the work that we do".

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