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MBABANE - On Saturday evening, near Ebhareni, a 29-year-old man lost control of a BMW sedan and further went to disturb a Toyota LDV leading to both vehicles landing in a ditch.

The driver of the BMW was pronounced dead upon arrival in hospital. It is worth noting that the above statement was retrieved from a police report from the accident. The driver of the BMW, Linda ‘Spyks Sibandze, was the man who later lost his life. Sibandze had touched the lives of many during his 29 years on this earth. Sibandze also known as ‘Spyks’ has been described as a very humble young man who lived for people and his demise has left a big wound on his family and friends.


Linda was involved in the car accident on Saturday around Lobamba while driving his BMW E30. Sibandze had just turned 29 on March 24. Having been a member of the E30 Swagger family and community in Eswatini since 2018, Linda promoted the E30 culture by owning one of the cleanest BMWs in the country. Sibandze was a member of the BMW E30 family that comprises of spinners and swaggers and a member of the Swaggers, which are a crew of owners of the BMW model. The swagger family would describe the young man as their social butterfly and he embraced the culture by bringing a lot of E30 owners together and shared knowledge and experience in maintaining the car and being a responsible owner.


The entire E30 family will be hosting a spinning event on Thursday, April 25, at Mavuso Spincity, to pay tribute to their fallen soldier and brother to many in Eswatini. The event that they are hosting aims to raise funds that will support the family towards his funeral arrangements, as he was one who lived for many. The entire nation is invited to the event, as they will pay their last respects to their friend and brother.

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