South Africans are celebrating the birth of quintuplets in the Botshelong hospital near the city of Johannesburg this September 13 since 1994.
The Buthelezi children are the third set of twins born in South Africa since 1994.
The medical team says these children were born 10 weeks earlier than the previewed birth date. Each of the babies who weighed more than a kilogram, are breathing normally and were safely delivered thanks to the 100 percent brilliant work of the African medical crew at Botshelong hospital.
Cameroon News Today-CNT recalls that, the first ever set of sixtuplets to be born in South Africa was on January 11 1974 in Cape Town.
These sixtuplets pulled international attention owing to the fact that, they were the first set to survive infancy being born four weeks ealier.
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