The 22-year-old Khayelitsha mom who gave birth to quadruplets would finally be able to take home her babies for the first time.
The two boys and two girls born to Inganathi Mafenuka would finally go home after spending eight weeks in the Tygerberg Hospital.
According to the Daily Sun, the quadruplets were kept in the hospital for two months after their birth on 6 July because they were born premature.
"Two of the four weighed in at under one kilogram," SABC reported, adding, "Weeks later they have gained significant weight and have developed well, thanks to consistent breastfeeding."
However, the four siblings are finally strong enough to go home with their IT student mom. According to reports, doctors believe the babies would be able to go home come Monday.
As Briefly.co.za reported previously, the first-time Khayelitsha mother who gave birth to four babies opened up about what it was like being a new mom and how she refused to believe she was pregnant with quadruplets after her first sonar.
Despite being taken by surprise, the young mom said she is ready to take care of her new babies, two girls named Bungcwele and Bunono, and two boys, Bubele and Buchule.
She was after their birth blessed with R10k a month for the first year to help cope with their needs while she completes her final year as an IT student.
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