The African National Congress is starting its “dispute resolution process” in a bid to address the a.
THE family of a woman who died after being knocked down by Bafana Bafana soccer star Bryce Moon say they are being harassed and misquoted by the media.
When Sowetan arrived at Mavis Ncube's residence at Mthambeka Section in Tembisa, friends and family were all squashed in a single room she rented with her husband.
"A lot of people have come here from the media and we have told them all they wanted to know. We even gave some of them Mavis's picture. We did not know that they would write things we did not say. We spoke to them because it was still fresh but now we know we should not have," said Ncube's uncle who wouldn't give out his name.
He said all the family wanted now was to focus on making funeral arrangements. Ncube, 25, was hit by Moon's car on the corner of Grayston Drive and Katherine Road in Sandton on Monday morning.
She was attended by paramedics on the scene. They later tried to get her admitted to several state hospitals where she was turned away because there was no room for her.
Ncube died at Morningside Medi-Clinic shortly after being admitted.
Police have said no charge has been laid against the Bafana star.
Moon, 23, has been quoted in some publications as saying he was not drunk when the accident occurred and that he and his wife were with Ncube in hospital when she died.
Funeral arrangements had not been finalised at the time of going to press.