The Khayelitsha Quadruplets, also known as the KfmQuads, have officially turned one and so they were treated to a birthday party at Kfm.


Cape Town, South Africa – Last year South Africans were in awe of a young mom who had not two but four adorable little babies at once. They were dubbed the Khayelitsha Quadruplets.

We had reported on the quads a few times, the first being their successful birth thanks to proper planning. Two boys and two girls were born to the first time, mom. Each baby had their own paediatrician in the theatre. The babies were safely delivered and cared for without any hiccups.

The second time we reported on them was when Kfm and LottoStar helped mom, Inga Mafenuka with R10,000 every month for their first year. This money was to help cover the expenses of having four adorable babies.

The quadruplets were born at 29 weeks via cesarian, with weights ranging between 830 grams to just over a kilogram. They stayed in the hospital for a total of two months before being sent home. While in the hospital, Kfm threw a baby shower for Inga, and everyone got involved.

They were the first quadruplets to be born at the Tygerberg Hospital in more than ten years. Now it is their very first birthday, a big occasion to mark and Kfm were back to surprise Inga and her four adorably matched tots with a new life-changing gift.

The babies, who we now know are named Bubele, Bungcwele, Buchule and Bunono were very well behaved while at the Kfm studio this morning. They were given cake and gifts to celebrate the day.

She was also gifted R35,000 to help her continue her providing for her little big family.

Take a look at the celebration below.

Sources: Twitter
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