Traffic police department of Guangzhou Public Security Bureau reported on May 21 that a traffic accident occured at Linle junction of Tianhe district. The car that caused the accident is a Mercedes benz which was being driven by a female driver. The ran a red light and hit a pedestrian and two cars. More 13 people were injured in the accident. The traffic police are reported to have conducted drug, alcohol and other tests and they were all negative ruling drunken driving or driving under the influence of drugs.
NThe female driver has been identified as a the award winning Guangzhou Province clothing designer association and Guangzhou clothing school deputy section chief. After she stepped out of the vehicle after the crash, something outstanding was noticed, shoes. The 45 year old Ding Mous, was spotted wearing white high-platform shoes from the famous brand Gebindun. The photo quickly went viral.
The Traffic Safety Law of China stipulates that no one shall be allowed to drive wearing slippers, high-heeled shoes of more than 4cm and barefoot. Violation of the regulations results in one being fined and losing two points. Driving in heeled shoes can affect the control of brakes and accelerators hence it is recommended that one wears flat shoes.
Below are the various types of Gebindun Shoes.
Today Malawi goes to the polls to elect a new president and 193 members of parliament. About 6,859,570 people registered to vote. The 78-year-old President Peter Mutharika is seeking re-election to a second term. Mutharika is in a close race against his former vice-president, 46-year-old Saulos Chilima, and the leader of the main opposition Malawi Congress Party, Lazarus Chakwera, 64. Malawi's army and police will provide security at polling stations for the 6 million registered voters. Saulos Chilima quit the ruling party in 2018 and is now racing against his boss.
Under Malawi's electoral system, the president and vice president are elected on one ballot, making it impossible for the head of state to fire his deputy even when they fall out during the course of a single term of office.
Mutharika became president in 2014. He is the young brother to Bingu wa Mutharika who served as president of Malawi from 2004-2012. His wife is a former member of parliament.
NB; Foreigners who have lived in Malawi for over 7 years can also vote.