Tweeps want Nando’s to apologise to Gosima Sithole and Piet Rampedi for their mockery of the ‘Tembisa 10’ with their ‘Ekurhuleni 11’ advertisement.
Another bizarre puzzle piece has emerged, following the release of the Tembisa 10 report – but how does a doctor actually ‘lose’ decuplets?
Here we go again: Independent Media say they can prove the infamous ‘Tembisa 10’ do exist – but locating the decuplets is still taking time.
Pretoria News editor Piet Rampedi has spoken out once again over the now infamous ‘Tembisa 10’ story, claiming he can prove the babies exist
Piet Rampedi has made bombshell claims – including that government and politicians deliberately hid the ‘Tembisa 10’ babies, possibly to punish him for exposing their scandals
The Gauteng provincial government has confirmed that the woman who reportedly gave birth to decuplets was never pregnant.
Piet Rampedi said in a letter to his editor that he has caused the agency ‘reputational damage’, but maintained that the Tembisa 10 are real.
The Department of Health has criticised the media house for its claims that there was a cover-up regarding the Sithole decuplets.
The Tembisa decuplets exclusive story is reckless and irresponsible journalism of the highest order, SANEF said in a statement.
Let’s not count our babies before we’ve seen them…So while we are waiting for final confirmation of the ‘Tembisa 10’, here’s a history of the world’s confirmed record-breaking births.
After writing one of SA’s most eye-catching exclusives in recent times, Piet Rampedi is now asking questions about his own work on the ‘Tembisa 10’ story.
Gosiame Sithole DID visit Steve Biko Hospital on Saturday – but there was nothing to suggest she’d had decuplets. The story, it seems, is falling apart.
Constant load shedding, an absent health minister and the “birth” of decuplets no one can confirm. Has SA reached its “sell-by” date?
The Department of Social Development has confirmed that the mother of the ‘Tembisa Ten’ decuplets is not missing.
It has been learnt that Teboho Tsotetsi, the father of the so-called Tembisa 10, is married to another woman
The aunt of the supposed Tembisa Ten decuplets said on Wednesday that the babies are in incubators and urged the public to be patient.
It’s just plain maddening at this point. The Gauteng Government has now said that they can’t find any record of the decuplets being born.
It’s the news we all wanted to hear: The once-mythical decuplets of Gauteng have now had their existence confirmed by the provincial government.
This story is just getting more bizarre by the minute: GCIS Director-General Phumla Williams is in a flap, as the government ‘labours’ to find the decuplets.
Where are the ‘Tembisa Ten’? A mom in Gauteng allegedly birthed decuplets on Monday night – and Mzwandile Masina says he has been in touch with the family.
No verification has emerged that ten babies were indeed born on Tuesday, and SA has been left with far more questions than answers.
There may be a twist in the remarkable story of a gauteng woman who is understood to have given birth to 10 babies (decuplets) on Tuesday…
Christmas and birthdays in this household will have to be all-ticket events – but when will the Gauteng decuplets offically become ‘world record holders’?
It’s a first, it’s a world record… and it’s a triumph of human endurance. Gosiame Thamara Sithole is set to be declared as a mother to decuplets.