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George Mukhari hospital clinic gives children with club feet a chance at a normal life

IOL - The Clubfoot Clinic at George Mukhari Academic Hospital is giving babies and children born with the musculoskeletal defect a chance to walk normally.

By |2019-11-26T14:24:33+02:00October 30th, 2019|In the media|0 Comments

STEPtember picnic

STEPS non-profit held its fifth annual STEPtember picnic at Tekkerz soccer park in Mowbray last Saturday to create awareness of clubfoot and the fact that this birth defect is fixable and treatable.

By |2019-10-03T09:19:56+02:00September 19th, 2019|In the media|0 Comments

Sikho’s clubfoot success story

Sikho Mata is being treated at Tygerberg clubfoot clinic. He lives in Delft South and travels an hour to the clinic for treatment.  His mother found our about his clubfoot diagnosis when he was born. She was worried and asked herself tough questions, like, "What if my child asks why he is different?"

By |2019-07-10T23:25:36+02:00July 5th, 2019|Success stories|0 Comments

Ndalwentle’s clubfoot success story

Ndalwentle Makoko is being treated at Tygerberg clubfoot clinic. He lives in Khayelitsha and travels an hour to the clinic for treatment.  Sweet little Ndalwentle was born with bilateral clubfoot. He is now nearly two years old and is thriving, running around all day long and charms anyone he meets. The doctors are extremely happy with his development. 

By |2019-07-10T23:40:18+02:00July 5th, 2019|Success stories|0 Comments

Girls raise funds for clubfoot NGO

Two girls from Micklefield School in Rondebosch have started a campaign to raise money to help children born with clubfoot deformities. Grade 6 pupils Jemima McQueen and Aalia Jawoodeen started the drive in February and hope to donate the proceeds to Steps – a non-profit helping children with clubfoot – in October.

By |2019-06-10T11:56:19+02:00June 10th, 2019|In the media, News|0 Comments

Nokuthula Radebe and her son, Kuhlesibonge, share their clubfoot success story

On the 16th September 2018, I gave birth to my beautiful son Kuhlesibonge Radebe. I named him Kuhle because I saw a beautiful flower that will take care of me when he grew up. When I gave birth, the nurse noticed that my child had a little problem - she advised that I go get the necessary checks. This is when I found out my son had clubfoot. They wrote me a referral letter to Grey's Hospital, where I could get help.

By |2019-06-10T16:54:05+02:00June 8th, 2019|Success stories|0 Comments