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Mzansi pull together to help grieving single father of 4

A heartbreaking story was shared of a man raising four children – This is after his wife passed away during childbirth – Mzansi social media users have been called on to help him with donations.

Mzansi have come together to help a single dad of four children. The young man lost his wife recently and has been left with the huge responsibility of raising their children alone. The youngest children are twins who are only three weeks old.

Samuel Nonyane lost his wife during delivery of the two baby girls. doctors were not aware that she was carrying twins and performed two separate operations on her. After that, they said there was internal bleeding and she passed away as a result of that.
The man from Krugersdorp is not only grieving for his wife but also looking after his three-week-olds and his three- and six-year-old boys.

Source: Briefly

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