Some South African mothers can be very heartless considering the level of wickedness most of them exhibit against their children.
The act of dumping a child is not legal in South Africa no matter what could be the reason for that. Conception shouldn't have taken place if the lady knew she wasn't ready for life of motherhood.
In an emerging report, an unknown lady just dumped her new born baby boy at a corner in Esiqangaqeni without any means of communication or identification.
Residents of the area came out just to find an abandoned baby in their neighborhood. They are calling on people to share this message across every platform in other to help locate the family of these little baby boy.
The report was first made on Facebook by Bheki Ntetha.
According to a statement released by Crime watch daily on Twitter:
"A baby boy was found dumped. Please help make these pictures go viral to help locate the baby's family. Its reported that the mother dump him esiqangaqeni. Please share until one member of the family finds him. Originally posted on Facebook by Bheki Ntetha."
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