A number of local artists have sent sympathy messages to families of victims of Rusape accidents and inviting all drivers to pay attention to the streets.
The accident – which involved two buses – saw 50 people die, while more than 80 others were injured.
Top musician Jah Prayzah got into the social media expressing sadness for the fatal accident and called for attention as we approach the festive season.
"My condolences to the families of the deceased and the nation in general can leave the departed souls peacefully. For all drivers, let's pay attention to the streets and respect human life.
"As we enter the festive season, let's remember that speed is not the way to go and avoid riding under drowsiness. We all want to celebrate New Year together," he said.
Gospel musician Mathias Mhere also added his voice, describing the incident as a tragic and a black day for the nation.
"Forty-seven (47) people are not a joke." The loss of a life in itself is not something we can accept, a sad day in the history of the country, and all the dead can rest in eternal peace. to make it easier for his families, "he said.
Baba Harare also had a message about his Instagram, which discouraged excessive speed and drunken driving.
"For all drivers, let us avoid drinking and driving and accelerating. We understand that accidents occur but we must not be reckless and lose our lives because of human error.
"They are peacefully resting on all the dead and their families can be comforted, we are with them in this difficult time," he said.
Young dancehall singer Tocky Vibes said the loss of life was sad for the nation.
"This was a loss for the entire nation, there were family supporters and carers, and that is a loss for the country, it is a sad day indeed, 47 is a huge number losing," he said.
The musician Sungura Peter Moyo called on all drivers to avoid neglecting the streets.
"Reading from the circumstances is only regrettable. Drivers must all pay attention and avoid negligence. That's a huge number losing under such conditions, "he said.
Another musician – Mbeu – also expressed his sorrow and composed a song dedicated to accident victims called Tashota. Daily News