ZIMBABWE football hero Peter Ndlovu is dramatically recovering from his gruesome injuries.
He was discharged from hospital and recovering well at his home in Bulawayo.
"Doctors have told us that Peter's recovery is amazing and he will soon be out of hospital although we do not know when exactly. He is under experts who are monitoring his emotional state as they prepare him to face the world so until they assure us that his emotional make-up is fine, the family will appreciate that he keeps out of the public eye," said Madinda.
We publish a picture of the “Bulawayo Bullet” who at some stage to the English premier league by storm.
Peter Ndlovu (center) with Mines Minister Obert Mpofu and his elder brother, Madinda.
Groomed and guided by Bulawayo giants Highlanders, Peter was a dreaded striker from 1988 until 2011. He spent time playing in England, where he appeared in the Premier League for Coventry City and in the Football League for Birmingham City, Huddersfield Town and Sheffield United.
He also played for Mamelodi Sundowns, Thanda Royal Zulu, Highfield United and Black Mambas. He was capped 100 times in Zimbabwe, scoring 38 international goals.