- A 43-year-old mother has given birth to triplets at the Kgapane Hospital in Limpopo
- Limpopo Health MEC Dr Phophi Ramathuba congratulated the mother and the medical staff who helped her deliver the babies
- The woman gave birth to two little girls and a baby boy
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A woman, who has not been identified, has given birth to three beautiful babies. The Limpopo department of health took to Facebook to congratulate the 43-year-old mother and the medical staff who went the extra mile to help her.
Limpopo Health MEC Dr Phophi Ramathuba said the mother had been blessed and she was proud of the doctors, midwives and nurses who helped her.
The department of health in the province revealed that the mother gave birth to two girls and a boy at the Kgapane Hospital through caesarean at around 12:00.
The mom and her triplets are in good health and the medical team's hard work earned them an applause from the Health MEC.
Dr Ramathuba said:
"It is fulfilling to see our nurses and doctors putting all their efforts in helping our people. This is positive and refreshing."
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