ANC Finds The World Record Tembisa 10 Babies After Government’s Denial

ANC Finds The World Record Tembisa 10 Babies After Government's Denial
ANC Finds The World Record Tembisa 10 Babies After Government’s Denial

City Ekurhuleni’s Executive Mayor and ANC party’s regional chairperson, Mzwandile Masina has cleared the air on the “mysterious” Genius Book Of Record title holders babies who were born in South Africa on June 7.

Gosiame Thamara Sithole, 37, from Tembisa township in the city of Ekurhuleni allegedly gave birth to seven boys and three girls – breaking the Guinness World Record held by Halima Cisse from Mali who, last month, gave birth to nine children.

The South African government, through its director-general of Government Communication and Information Systems Phumla Williams, is on record denying any knowledge of the alleged World Record holding 10 babies born in South Africa.

She took to Twitter last night asking IOL to come up with its exclusive information about the alleged 10 babies born because the government had tried, but in vain, to locate the babies.

This made the public believe the story about the babies was a lie.

This because, IOL, the publication that broke the story did not clear where this family resides and from which hospital the babies were given birth.

There was no other information brought forward to the public other than the babies’ mother’s name, Gosiame Thamara Sithole, and her husband Teboho Tsotetsi.

Luckily, the Mayor of Ekurhuleni has come forward with the good news that the babies have been found.

He took to Twitter this morning claiming that his office had located the babies.

In his message which was directed to the government spokesperson Phumla, he said he was ready to share further information about where the babies are.



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