The debut of Gosiame Thamara Sithole's decuplets, dubbed the 'Tembisa 10,' has been making headlines around the world this week. Much of this appears to be due to the underlying doubt about their actuality. The historic choice was made by Pretoria News, with Sithole and the infants' father, Teboho Tsotetsi, in any case, referring to him as her significant other.
Regardless, according to The Citizen, Sithole and Tsotetsi have never been married and were conducting an unofficial romance when they became pregnant. According to the distribution, Tsotetsi is married to another woman and was clearly disturbed after learning about her impending parenthood, much alone to ten children.
There were initial concerns that the Tembisa 10 narrative was made up, especially after Phumla Williams, the top general of government interchanges, stated that they had spent the entire day Tuesday, June 8, seeking to locate the couple and their infants, with no luck.
Sithole gave birth to the alleged Tembisa 10 at an unidentified emergency facility in Pretoria, and it is believed that the children, who were born at 29 weeks, are still being held in a hatchery.
The youngsters who were conceived are still fighting for their lives in hatcheries. They arrived at 29 weeks, and the mother is still powerless. We also need to protect them as a dark family. "This is a sensitive subject," a relative previously stated.