4 Mzansi celebrities who’ve taken the magical journey of adoption

4 Mzansi celebrities who’ve taken the magical journey of adoption

To be blessed with a child is something so priceless. Even if you are unable to baer your own child there is an opportunity to be a parent.

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There are precious children just waiting to be adopted, which gives men and women who are unable to conceive a chance of having their dreams become a reality.

Briefly.co.za learnt that for all those children who have been abandoned, the process of adoption allows them to have a home filled with love and to have a parent there to guide them.

Children who are now favourite celebrities in South Africa were once in the situation of waiting for adoption.

Sipho “Psyfo” Ngwenya, was born on 25 July, 1982. Now a TV personality and rapper, Sipho was adopted when he was 11 years old. June Kraus took Sipho in after his mom, who was a domestic worker, passed away. June went through the channels and adopted Sipho.

Born on 2 October, 1994, Shekhinah, Idols SA contestant and songstress, was a child who was abandoned when she was only a baby. Phil Donell adopted Shekhinah as an infant.

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Here are a few Mzansi celebs who have adopted:

1. Pearl Thusi and her baby girl Okuhle

Okhule is Pearl’s second daughter – her first and biological daughter is Thando.

2. Charlize Theron and her two blessings, son Jackson and daughter August

Having adopted two beautiful children, Charlize felt it was her calling.

3. Bonnie Mbuli and her boy Hanniel

Hanniel was adopted at just three months old and has a brother named Micaiah who is Bonnie’s biological child from her previous relationship.

4. Mampho Brescia and princess Rain

After trying to fall pregnant many times, Mampho went the adoption route and was blessed with her beautiful Rain.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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