Two Mpumalanga moms open up about the horror of their babies' arms being amputated due to alleged negligence

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Sinemphilo Mathebula’s left arm was  amputated after he went to hospital to be treated for diarrhea. (Photo: Supplied)
Sinemphilo Mathebula’s left arm was amputated after he went to hospital to be treated for diarrhea. (Photo: Supplied)

It's like a nightmare she can’t wake up from. Her beautiful baby boy will spend the rest of his life physically compromised as a result of what she claims is medical negligence.

Dineo Mathebula’s two-month-old son, Sinemphilo, had been admitted to hospital for diarrhoea and she presumed he would be treated then discharged.

Instead the little boy is still in hospital a month later.

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