Hitting a world record has surely made headlines for this South African mother infamously known, ‘Tembisa 10’ who reportedly gave birth to decuplets born in Johannesburg, South Africa.
But many speculations, rumors, and questions have arisen when there were no official pictures of the babies ever emerged. Allegedly, there may be a darker scandal behind the story.
Dr. Iqbal Survé, CEO of Independent Media have charged the decuplets were sold for adoption and even body parts and witchcraft:
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Dr. Survé has released a statement (TRANSCRIPT):
“What we discovered was devastating. What we discovered is that our State Hospitals are the epicenter of human trafficking and baby trafficking. We can say unequivocally this happens at Steve Biko Academic Hospital, Tembisa Academic Hospital, and George Mukhari Hospital.”
“We can say unequivocally that involved in this is Home Affairs, multiple ID’s and records of patients that don’t exist or disappear, babies that come in, mothers delivering twins who are told that one twin died and then the other is trafficked. Or very young, vulnerable black women told that their babies have died during delivery and the babies are trafficked.
“We were able to, at great risk to our journalists, deep-dive into the syndicates and uncover horrific stories of how these babies are trafficked. From Gauteng (former Johannesburg) to Mapumalanga (former Eastern Transvaal) through to West Africa and also to Europe and the United States. About 50% of the babies are given up for adoption, the other 50% are used for Muti (witchcraft) or cosmetic surgery. This has been a very dangerous investigation.”
“The mother of the decuplets Gosiame Sithole was promised the full cost of a private hospital delivery if she agreed to put her ten babies up for adoption” Dr. Surve added and quote, “We know all of the doctors involved.”
Independent Media will be publishing a 10-part video series documenting all the culprits involved, Survé said.
In South Africa’s Muti religion, the consumption of body parts, especially from live victims, is believed to hold powerful magic. Up to 300 people are sacrificed every year in South Africa so that their body parts can be used in traditional Muti medicine, an ABC Australia documentary found in 2005. Most of these are young children, tortured to death.
Cannibalism is not a crime in South Africa, the ANC government has recognized the Muti Religion as a legitimate medical practice eligible for state funding.
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Source: The Gateway Pundit