Limpopo parents were blessed with the most precious and adorable gifts on Christmas Day. According to the Department of Health in the province, a whopping 297 babies were born on 25 December.
Several parents in Limpopo couldn't have have received more perfect gifts on Christmas. The province welcomed 297 babies on 25 December, 2019.
In Bophelong, 79 babies were delivered on Christmas - 45 girls and 34 boys, according to Dr Phophi Ramathuba.
Briefly.co.za learned the Pietersburg hospital welcomed adorable triplets on the family holiday.
KwaZulu-Natal trailed behind Limpopo, with more than 100 babies making their arrival on Christmas Day.
According to the Western Cape Health MEC, the province welcomed a total of 91 babies on Wednesday.
The MEC wrote on Twitter:
"91 babies were born today in the Western Cape's public health facilities. Congratulations to the new parents and I welcome to the world all the bundles of joy."
The MEC of Health in the Free State also took to Twitter to give an update on how many Christmas babies were born.
By 7pm on Wednesday, 58 babies had already been born in the province. Adorable photos of the Christmas babies and parents were posted on te social media platforms.
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