Mhlengi Gwala, 27, was undergoing surgery after the attack which occurred before dawn on Tuesday in the coastal city of Durban, said Dennis Jackson, director of the elite athlete program for KwaZulu-Natal province. They had a chainsaw and went for one of his legs‚ which is the concerning part.
"The doctors say they will save his leg, but it will be a long road to recovery".
Schoeman said there is a lot of damage to Gwala's nerves and tendons. "Absolutely disgusting! How safe are we on SA roads?"
A South African Police Service spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Thulani Zwani said: "A case of attempted murder was opened at Umbilo police station on Wednesday".
Gwala was cycling in Durban in the early hours of Tuesday morning when three men approached him, dragged him from his bike and to some bushes. "When they saw it was getting stuck they started on the other leg".
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