A 19-year-old Port Elizabeth orphan knows all about overcoming the odds. She's written a book called "Miracle Girl" after undergoing two-open heart surgeries and being declared clinically dead. Courtesy #DStv403
JOHANNESBURG - A 19-year-old Port Elizabeth orphan has written a book called “Miracle Girl” after undergoing two-open heart surgeries and being declared clinically dead.
Sivosethu Ndubela also lost her mother when she was only 13.
But now she wants to encourage others not to give up no matter what.
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“When I did the operation I died, then I woke up after four hours by then the doctors the surgeons didn’t know I woke up they said to the doctors Ndubela is dead.
"I heard them speaking and I heard the bed moving and I was like hell no I can’t die now, I need to wake up,” she said.