Have you ever heard of a decuplets case in South Africa? I have never heard of it before.
That is why I think this couple will be famous, and their story will be told for years to come.
I am sure a lot of people will think the same as I did. Despite the fact that South Africa is still struggling with its economy and other problems, the birth of that astonishing number of babies is good news for them.
This story is about the recently famous South African couple Gosiame and Teboho Tsotetsi who had always wanted a big family. However, they never expected to have that many babies at once.
Gosaime, 37, is from the Tembisa Township in Ekurhuleni, South Africa, and is working as a retail store manager, and her husband, Teboho is unemployed. Gosaime delivered her babies after 29 weeks of her pregnancy.
A Surprise in the Delivery Room
During the pregnancy, the ultrasound only showed 8 babies, but then everyone was surprised in the delivery room. The staff in the delivery room were shocked as they found out there were not 8 babies as the ultrasound report showed.
When the father of the babies was interviewed, who is also the husband of Ms. Thamara Sithole, a 37-year-old South African woman. Mr. Tboho Tsotetsi said that he was so happy and emotionally moved after the babies were born. He said that he never thought that this happened to him in his life. He said that it’s a miracle from God.
In the delivery room, doctors were so surprised to see that many babies.
Sithole’s pregnancy was considered high-risk because there are five times more risks associated with multiple births than with single births. The hospital director, Dr. Sello Tshabalala said that it was a miracle of God. He also said that it was a new world record in South Africa. He also said that he is still waiting for Guinness’s recognition of this record.
A New World Record Was Set
They allegedly counted 10 babies! 7 Boys & 3 Girls.
If you think delivering twins is tough, how about delivering 10 babies in one go? That’s what the wife of a South African man has reportedly done, according to numerous local media reports.
The astonished husband of Gosiame Thamara Sithole’s, Teboho Tsotetsi, said they were amazed about the news, especially after the fact that previous scans only showed eight babies.
If this is true, it would be a new world record. The African continent already holds the record for the highest number of surviving children born at one birth, which is 9.
Support and Love from All Over the World
The entire family received lots of support and love from all over the world…
However, there are plenty of voices that raises some questions of this amazing number and are investigating the case to see if their claim of the 10 babies is true or not. What do you think? What they say is true? Do we have a new world record?