Sunday, December 27, 2009

Eish! Mek Bebbies!

More than 500 babies were born across South Africa during the Christmas period, the various provincial health departments said on Saturday.

A total of 169 babies were born in the Western Cape, said departmental spokesperson Anzelle Smit.

She said the first of the 86 boys and 83 girls born in the province was a little girl born at Paarl hospital at 11 minutes to 1am on Saturday.

Two sets of twin boys were born at Tygerberg Hospital in Cape Town.

The province takes the lead in the most Christmas babies born, followed closely by Kwazulu-Natal which stands at 140 births.

Limpopo welcomed 107 newborns into the world, followed by Mpumalanga with 75 births and the Free State with 41 births.

Gauteng had 23 births and the Eastern Cape 21.

The number of newborns in the Northern Cape and North West could not be confirmed. - Sapa

2 Opinion(s):

FishEagle said...

Love the pic!

Islandshark said...

Yes, it is their "right" and "culture" to have many offspring.

Everything the white man does is evil, until their herds of kids start starving and the white man's monetary aid is suddenly not so evil.