Mpofu was on his way back from Cape Town when he turned out to be on a similar trip with Teboho Tsotetsi who is the dad of 10 infants brought into the world in Tembisa, Ekurhuleni city in Gauteng area.
Pretoria News editorial manager, Piet Rampedi who broke the story to the world, was the person who went with Teboho Tsotetsi to Cape Town for a meeting with Dr Iqbal Survé on the prosperity of his 10 children.
“Just found individuals’ editorial manager, Piet Rampedi and Ntate Teboho Tsotetsi the dad of our 10 dear babies,” said Mpofu.
The dad of the 10 children got R1 million from a humanitarian, Dr Iqbal Survé who additionally swore to keep offering collaborator to the family for the prosperity of their dear babies.
Teboho Tsotetsi previously had a bunch of twins and four different youngsters which implies he presently has an absolute number of sixteen kids.
“They are amazingly uncommon, at one go the country has gotten a blessing which we genuinely treasure and with all such endowments it’s significant that we set up frameworks, assets of help for the family. They are living with humble beginnings.
“My family establishment, Survé Philanthropies, has educated Tebogo and the family that we’re giving generous assets to them to help them through this superb yet testing time according to the perspective of the infants,” said Dr Survé.