- Sphelele Mzimela has given birth to her twin boys after a long and difficult journey
- The news of her pregnancy was leaked after she allegedly fainted on stage
- Despite the drama, the momma welcomed her babies into the world and has been adjusting to her new life
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Sphelele Mzimela has given birth to her twins after experiencing a long, difficult journey.
The actress had attempted to keep her pregnancy under wraps despite it being leaked after she allegedly fainted on stage.
Uzalo discharged Mzimela from her role as Mazaza but it remains unclear if the pregnancy was the issue at hand.
TshisaLIVE had reported that Sphelele had been experiencing health issues at the time of her leaving:
“Unfortunately Sphelele, who played Mazaza, was unable to continue with her role due to her personal ailments. Uzalo wishes her good health and a speedy recovery."
Sphelele had earlier revealed that she had attempted to conceive for numerous years without any luck, too affraid to find out why from a doctor just in case she was unable to.
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After falling pregnant the celeb says she understands now that the stars were simply not aligned.
An overjoyed Mzimela had taken to Instagram to declare that she had managed to fall pregnant with twins:
"My grandmother (my mother's mother) whom I haven't seen since I was 8 came to visit us a few weeks ago. She revealed to me that twins actually run in our family. The father of my children, his mother is a twin. I get that it might not have been that I was unable to conceive, the stars were just not aligned. I have never been happier but carrying twins is wild."
After years of wishing and hoping, Sphelele announced that she had finally given birth to her sons. Congratulations lady!
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that a mother of four children named Sandra Isirima has become a remarkable example of a superwoman as she graduates with her postgraduate degree from Queen’s University in Belfast.
Despite being widowed over eight months ago, she has defied daunting struggles as she combined her studies with raising her children.
Briefly.co.za learned that Sandra lost her husband to cancer. During those dark periods of her life, she was shattered.
After years of hard work amid her pain, Sandra has defeated the odds. The superwoman played the roles of a mother and father while pursuing her master's degree.
Now, Sandra has proudly bagged her postgraduate degree in Leadership for Sustainable Development from Queen’s University’s School of Biological Sciences.
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