Advocate Dali Mpofu was on cloud nine after he bumped into the father of the 10 babies who flew to Cape Town for an interview with a philanthropist, Dr Iqbal Survé.
Mpofu was on his way back from Cape Town when he happened to be on the same flight with Teboho Tsotetsi who is the father of 10 babies born in Tembisa, Ekurhuleni city in Gauteng province.
Pretoria News editor, Piet Rampedi who broke the story to the world, was the one who accompanied Teboho Tsotetsi to Cape Town for an interview with Dr Iqbal Survé on the well being of his 10 babies.
“Just bumped into the people’s editor, Piet Rampedi and Ntate Teboho Tsotetsi the father of our 10 bundles of joy,” said Mpofu.
The father of the 10 babies received R1 million from a philanthropist, Dr Iqbal Survé who also pledged to continue giving assistant to the family for the well being of their bundles of joy.
Teboho Tsotetsi already had a set of twins and four other children which means he now has a total number of sixteen children.
“They are extremely special, at one go the nation has received a gift which we truly treasure and with all such gifts it’s important that we put in place systems, resources of support for the family. They are living with humble origins.
“My family foundation, Survé Philanthropies, has informed Tebogo and the family that we’re providing substantial resources to them to help them through this wonderful but challenging time from the point of view of the babies,” said Dr Survé.
Just bumped into the Peoples Editor Piet Rampedi and Ntate Teboho Tsotetsi the father of our 10 bundles of joy!✊🏾✊🏾
Ayeye ThumaMinaMediaGroup!😜😜🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼 pic.twitter.com/CrKKk5MfmW
— Dali Mpofu (@AdvDali_Mpofu) June 9, 2021