Gayton McKenzie confirms car accident.

Gayton McKenzie confirms car accident. Images via X @JoeSoapSA

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Patriotic Alliance leader, Gayton McKenzie reveals what led to their car accident on Sunday, 26 May morning.

Gayton McKenzie confirms car accident.

Gayton McKenzie confirms car accident. Images via X @JoeSoapSA

Gayton McKenzie confirms that Patriotic Alliance members were in a car on Sunday, 26 May morning.


The Patriotic Alliance leader, Gayton McKenzie took to his Facebook to reveal what led to the car accident.

“Dear Patriots. On our way to go sleep in Kimberley from Nababeep rally, we met up with an accident. I was driving in the lead vehicle, and we passed a kudu by the side of the road.”

“First car driver alerted second car driver, but it was late. The kudu jumped on second car, driver hit full brakes and the third vehicle drove into second driver.”

He also says the kombi hit the kudu and was hit by the third car. McKenzie also says he was not part of the accident.

He adds that none of his party members are injured, and they thank God for keeping them safe. He also confirms his party will continue with their Gauteng rally later today.

Screenshot via Facebook @gaytonmckenzie


TimesLIVE reports that DA (Democratic Alliance) veteran Hellen Zille is warning voters against Gayton McKenzie.

The publication adds that Zille and her colleagues have warned voters of the consequences of failing to back them on Wednesday, 29 May.

Zille adds that McKenzie’s party, which is a growing power in the Western Cape, brings misery to the towns where it shares power in coalitions.

The SABC reveals that McKenzie remains hopeful that his party will win more than 20 seats in Parliament in next week’s elections.

The publication adds that he stopped by Kimberley in the Northern Cape to reassure his supporters to remain optimistic about change.

He tells the publication that they expect to get around 25 seats in parliament in these elections. They also expect to be the king makers in Gauteng and Northern Cape. They are also hoping to win outright in the Western Cape.


@Victori98500419: “This cannot be coincidental. Last time it was Jacob Zuma who was in a car accident.”

@ChogaTimmy: “It’s a foreign kudu, I guess. If South African it could have avoided the accident.”

@tseanego22: “Poor Kudu. I wish both the Kudu and Gayton are fine. Wish he wasn’t injured.”

@Rocksta34891941: “His next mission now is to chase all kudus outside of the country.”

@roger_thebe: “Politically i don’t agree with @GaytonMcK. But we need him to deal with DA.”