- Phumeza Mdabe is so proud of her little boy despite all the challenges he has been faced with
- Mpilo, Phumeza’s son, lost his sight to cancer but that has not stopped him from fearlessly living life
- He recently learnt to ride a bike and Phumeza could not be more proud of him
Phumeza Mdabe's perfect blessing has shown the world that your only limitation is what you believe you are capable of doing and what you are not.
Being a mother of a child with special needs takes a different kind of superhero, and Phumeza is just that.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Phumeza’s son is blind, but that has not stopped him from conquering any obstacle thrown at him.
Mpilo, Phumeza’s son, was diagnosed with eye cancer back in 2014, just one of the great battles he has fought and triumphed over.
Holding onto hope and having the burning desire to thrive, Mpilo, with the help of his wonderful mother, learnt how to ride a bike.
Phumeza shared the inspirational clip on social media, reminding the world that anything was possible with love, positivity, kindness and faith.
This was a big moment for Mpilo and a hella proud one for Phumeza!
"We are so proud of you Mpilo. Its a normal achievement for parents with able kids to be able to learn to ride a bike. For Mpilo, because he is blind, he needs to make sure he is safe, takes his time but his spirit amazes us every day. Akathandi uhluleka. He knows his way around the house so he knows how much distance he's got. You would think he can see," she wrote.
In other news, celeb couple Phumeza and Shota (Mnqobi Mdabe) celebrated six wonderful years of marriage earlier this year.
More often than not, marriage isn't all rainbows and butterflies. It’s the truly strong couples like Phumeza and Shota who make it out on top.
The two celebrated their sixth wedding anniversary after saying their 'I-do’s back in 2014.
Phumeza and Shota, unfortunately, didn’t get the wedding they dreamed of as their last born, Mpilo, was sadly diagnosed with stage four cancer in the same year of their wedding, and his hospital bills and care obviously took preference.
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