Troubled Impala Car Rental which was reportedly on the verge of collapse has emerged from the ashes, new developments indicate.

After being embroiled in Tawanda Muchehiwa alleged abduction scandal, facing contract termination by some clients, and the death of its chief executive Thompson Dondo in January this year, Impala Car rentals was reportedly teetering on the brink of collapse.

The public, through media reports, had written off Impala Car Rental from existence.

iHarare has been exclusively informed that the company was, in fact, on hibernation after being muddled in a series of scandals.

As a come back into the market the company once dominated for over a decade, Impala recently bought a high-end fleet of luxury cars.

Over the past months, the local car rental company has been in the spotlight after its alleged involvement in Tawanda Muchehiwa’s abduction case. One of its rental vehicles was allegedly used in the abduction of Tawanda Muchehiwa.

Not much – apart from its famed professional rental service – had been known of the company till its reported downfall last year.

So much balderdash went viral on social media about the company, its formation, and its rumored current state.

The matter subsequently led to bad publicity and loss of endorsements for the company.

But the company continues to deny all these claims.

It sensationally claims to be a victim of continued negative media campaigns indirectly targeted at the government.