Don’t Donate, There Are NO Decuplets: Husband’s Family Disputes Birth Of 10 Babies In Latest Twist To Saga!

In the latest development to the decuplets saga, the family of the husband of the South African woman who allegedly gave birth to 10 babies have disputed the existence of the decuplets. 

The family has advised people not to donate to the decuplets and have challenged their daughter in law to prove them wrong by showing that the 10 bundles of joy are in fact real.

Last week, South African publication Pretoria News published an exclusive story in which they claimed that 37-year-old Gosiame Thamara Sithole from Gauteng gave birth to the decuplets at a hospital in Pretoria. In the story, the newspaper quoted Sithole’s husband and father of the babies Teboho Tsotetsi as saying,

“It’s seven boys and three girls. She was seven months and seven days pregnant. I am happy. I am emotional. I can’t talk much. Let’s talk again in the morning please.”

However, the story was met with scepticism by some in the media and medical fraternity, who questioned its veracity.

Don’t Donate, There Are NO Decuplets
Don’t Donate, There Are NO Decuplets
The intrigue got even worse after some government departments and media houses claimed that they could not locate Sithole or any of her 10 babies.


Tsotetsi later informed the Pretoria News that the country “will see the babies when the time is right”.

However, his family has disputed the existence of the babies and challenged the couple to prove them wrong. In a statement released on Tuesday night, the Tsotetsi family advised well-wishers not to donate until the matter is cleared up otherwise.

Below is the full statement from the Tsotetsi family:

PRESS RELEASE TUESDAY 15 JUNE 2021 - TIME: 16H00

FAMILY STATEMENT ON THE NON-EXISTENCE OF THE TEMBISA DECUPLETS

The Tsotetsi family met today, Tuesday 15 June 2021 at their family house in Tembisa. The meeting was also attended by extended family members and close friends and received a report from Gosiame Sithole's boyfriend Tebogo Tsotetsi. 

Tebogo confirmed that he has not seen the decuplets and relied on his girlfriend who called to inform him of their birth. He made several attempts to visit his girlfriend and the babies but she has failed to disclose her whereabouts and the condition of their babies. 

The current uncertainties and public discourse about the decuplets is of major concern to the family, especially in the absence of any proof of the decuplets existence other than telephonic and whatsapp messages from the mother. 

The family has resolved and concluded that there are no decuplets born between Tebogo Tsotetsi and Gosiame Sithole until proven otherwise and wishes to apologise for any inconvenience and embarrassment. In reaching the above decision the family also wish to highlight the following;

  • We recognise and appreciate the support given by Piet Rampedi during the pregnancy from late last year.
  • Tebogo Tsotetsi informed Pretoria News and Piet Rampedi of the decuplets based on the information he received from his girlfriend.
  • The family never claimed to have seen the decuplets and relied on the call and WhatsApp confirmation from the girlfriend.
  • The family lost contact with Gosiame Sithole and with her phone off they opened a case of a missing person.
  • Notes failed attempts to visit and see the mother and decuplets.

The matter remains very sensitive and worrying, especially with Gosiame Sithole's whereabouts unknown and we call on members of the public to stop donating money into any bank accounts for the decuplets. 

We appreciate the public interests and support for the decuplets, and with no proof of their existence, we firmly believe it's in the interests of everyone to conclude that they do not exist until proven otherwise. We will now shift our attention to finding Gosiame Sithole whilst praying for her safe return 

For more information please contact Russell Baloyi at 082 628 7484 rasiblyfflgmail.com 

Thank you, The Tsotetsi Family 

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