She was appointed in May South Africa’s Deputy Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, Bavelile Hlongwa has died in a car accident, the country’s president, Cyril Ramaphosa confirmed on Saturday.

Deputy mineral resources and energy minister Bavelile Hlongwa died in a car crash on Friday: Hlongwa, 38, who was appointed in May, died on Friday in an accident that also claimed the lives of four other people, the presidency said, according to Reuters report. Tunisian court dismisses appeal to release presidential candidate Every man that comes to me has my bum on the mind – Evia Simon Reuters reported that Ramaphosa said in a statement that Hlongwa’s death “is a devastating, untimely loss of a talented young leader who, alongside (Mines) Minister Gwede Mantashe, was playing an important and dynamic role in an important sector of our economy.” South Africa’s mining industry directly contributes more than 7 per cent of the economy which has been struggling with anaemic growth over the last decade.

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