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Mystery of the 10 babies continues- Government speaks

No medical clinics in the region have any records of such a conveyance, say government authorities. 

There is still no authority record of the 10 children purportedly brought into the world to a Tembisa couple this week. Teboho Tsotetsi and Gosiame Thamara Sithole from Tembisa, on the East Rand, are obviously the pleased guardians of 10 children after Sithole supposedly brought forth seven young men and three young ladies on Monday at an obscure clinic. 

This is as indicated by select meetings with the Pretoria News, which seemed to have directed a masterclass in ensuring its sources so firmly not even government could discover. 

Late yesterday evening, Gauteng government representative Thabo Masebe said in a proclamation it "directed an intensive check, with all medical clinics in the territory to set up the veracity or in any case of the report". 

"None of the clinics in the region, public and private, have any records of such a conveyance." 

Gauteng branch of wellbeing representative Philani Mhlungu additionally affirmed their offices didn't have such data. 

"We are told she conveyed in a private clinic," Mhlungu said. 

Guinness World Records editorial manager in-boss Craig Glenday was additionally bewildered at the news, having neglected to come to the media house to sanction the news standing out as truly newsworthy all throughout the planet. 

The recently delegated representative for the couple, Makgoshi Maponyane, has been inaccessible on Whatsapp and her immediate phone line. 

The quest for the apparently glad couple proceeded as different private clinics affirmed the birthing didn't occur at their offices. 

"We can affirm that the infants were not brought into the world at a Netcare medical clinic," said Natasha Burger, representative for the Netcare Group. 

Elzaan de Beer, representative for Zuid-Afrikaans Hospital, likewise shrugged her shoulders about the introduction of the infants. 

The Life Care Group didn't react to endeavors for input. 

Dr Eric Pule, representative for Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University, affirmed the birthing didn't occur at both of the college's medical clinics. 

Fiziwe Ndwayana, representative for the division of social turn of events, disclosed to Jacanews the mother had been a customer of the office since 2019. 

Ndwayana added the mother and her infants were in a position of wellbeing. 

Ndwayana, notwithstanding, didn't have any desire to remark further about birth ,and disclosed to The Citizen the office would talk on the matter today after friendly specialists visited the mother. 

The underlying story left many befuddled, including Ekurhuleni city hall leader Mzwandile Masina and the agent chief general of the Government Communication and Information System, Phumla 

Williams, who went on a totally pointless pursuit to track down the 10 Tembisa children. 

Williams took to online media on Tuesday to get some information about the supposed 10 children and revealed to The Citizen that by yesterday evening, that she actually had no new reports on the infants. 

Be that as it may, Masina evidently has tracked down the cheerful family. 

"We've discovered the family and we are educated the children are well and will impart the data to public government. I realize we were a joke yesterday when government was truly searching for the family. A portion of our neighborhood companions have been helping this family," he tweeted. 

A day after the news broke about the decuplets, the couple requested gifts from perusers. 

Free Media requested that perusers give child merchandise including nappies, child bottles, wipes, covers, child garments, child creams, cleanser, baths, bosom siphons, taking care of pads, pacifiers or money. 

Meanwhile, twittersphere was likewise feeling the wizardry ,when previous lawmaker Lindiwe Mazibuko proposed a #NationalBabyShower. 

This saw enormous brands and names bounce in to help, like Lucky Star, which offered a year's stockpile of tinned fish, while the Hungry Lion offered several a 21-piece container every month for the "extra large family". First For Woman likewise tweeted R10 000 would be given to the "bold mother" while Mike Abel of the M&C Saatchi Group tweeted they would give nappies and milk.

Source : Celeb Gossip

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