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Former Springbok and 1995 World Cup winner Hannes Strydom died in a car accident on Sunday night amid unresolved allegations that his chain of pharmacies illegally sold codeine-containing cough syrups allegedly destined for the black market.
Strydom died after the double cab bakkie he was travelling in rear-ended a taxi on the N4 highway in Mpumalanga between the Balmoral and Kromdraai offramps.
According to N4 Trans African Concessions (TRAC) spokesperson Solange Soares, the crash also claimed the life of one passenger in the taxi, while four other people were left seriously injured.
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