Morgan Tsvangirai addresses concerns about the crash
Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai has said the car crash that killed his wife Susan was an accident.
Mr Tsvangirai said there was only a "one in a thousand" chance that the incident involved any foul play.
He was speaking as the lorry driver involved in the collision was granted bail after appearing in court charged with culpable homicide.
Mr Tsvangirai has returned to Zimbabwe to prepare his wife's funeral after undergoing treatment in Botswana.
"When something happens, there is always speculation but I want to say in this case, if there was any foul play, it was one in a thousand," Mr Tsvangirai was quoted as telling mourners outside his home in the Zimbabwean capital, Harare.
I want to thank God for giving me 31 years with my wife
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