'Tembisa 10': Mystery deepens as govt stonewalls on mother, babies' location and condition

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Social development authorities are refusing to release any information on decuplets mother Gosiame Thamara Sithole.
Social development authorities are refusing to release any information on decuplets mother Gosiame Thamara Sithole.
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The mystery of the whereabouts of Gosiame Thamara Sithole, mother of the "Tembisa 10" decuplets, has deepened. This, as social development spokespeople remain mum on her location and condition.

A missing person's case was filed for Sithole at the Tembisa South police station on Thursday - she was last seen on 6 June, News24 previously reported.

It's alleged her water broke and she was last seen going to Esangweni clinic in Tembisa.

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