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US News The history of the South African pregnant of ten children would be false

17:10  24 june  2021
17:10  24 june  2021 Source:   slate.fr

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An official investigation asserts that South African Gosiame Sithole, who said to give birth to ten children a few weeks ago, lied. No hospital in the province of Gauteng recorded the birth of ten children, said the regional government. Tests have even shown that the 37-year-old woman had not been pregnant recently. It is now subject to observation, under the Mental Health Act, and will benefit from psychological support. The official statement did not mention the reasons for this lie, indicates the BBC .

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However, the Independent Online (IOL) group, which had revealed the story via the Pretoria News media, maintains its report . According to them, Gosiame Sithole would have given birth on June 7 at Steve Biko Academic Hospital in Pretoria. Journalists say that the caregiver was poorly prepared for such an event and that the hospital and local authorities seek only to cover their medical negligence.

"These allegations are false, unfounded and serve only to tarnish the reputation of Steve Biko Academic Hospital and the Government of the Province of Gauteng," the official communiqué of the regional government. Judicial proceedings will be committed to the editor of Pretoria News, Piet Rampedi , as well as against IOL.

A financial scam?

The young woman lives with her partner Teboho Tsotetsi in Tembisa, in a popular neighborhood near Johannesburg. According to IOL, the editor Piet Rampedi met them in December 2020, at the church. In May 2021, he interviewed the couple, who thought about waiting for eight children. A photo taken by Piet Rampedi shows also Gosiame Sithole, visibly pregnant.

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The surprise birth of the ten babies was announced by Pretoria News on June 8, citing Teboho Tsotetsi as a source. He later told that he had received messages from his companion telling him the news, and stating that he did not have the right to come to the hospital because of anti-Covid measures. Piet Rampedi has given messages and has not had a confirmation coming from the hospital. While other media seized history, a spokesman for the government said no one had seen the children yet.

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of the gifts began to flock for the couple and their so-called babies, nicknamed the "Tembisa 10". But the story began to appear suspect when Pretoria News could not give the name of the hospital where children would be born, and that several hospitals in the region denied their involvement.

TEBOHO TSOTETSI then reported the disappearance of his companion and asked people to no longer make donations. For its part, the young woman accused her of wanting to make financial benefit from children, according to Pretoria News. Social workers finally managed to find Gosiame Sithole, who was admitted to the hospital Friday, June 18 to perform tests, according to the authorities.

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