Sithelo Shozi in trouble for allegedly abandoning her mother

Sithelo Shozi is currently trending on social media after a member of her extended family publicly humiliated her by claiming that she had deserted her mother in KwaZulu-Natal in favor of a more comfortable life in Johannesburg.

Sithelo Shozi in trouble for allegedly abandoning her mother

On their Instagram Timeline, Popcorn Room, Maphephandaba posted a photo of Sithelo Shozi and gushed over the R750 000 outfit she was wearing. A large number of people came to the post and presented her with flowers in recognition of her status as the slay queen of the moment. On the other hand, a member of Sithole’s immediate family went on the post and dropped a bomb, which captured the attention of Mzansi. Sithelo Shozi made the following observation in response to Maphephandaba:

The mother of Sithelo Shozi is living poverty life in her rented two-room house in KwaZulu Natal, which she has purchased for herself.

Sithelo Shozi played a cruel joke by fleeing the province of KwaZulu with her mother. Natal
Mzansi commented on the post and made fun of Sithelo for wearing expensively designed clothes despite the fact that her mother has a hard time making ends meet. Mzansi were upset with the murdering mother of two children because she did not take care of her mother, so her supporters came to her defense.

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Fans of Sithelo were curious as to whether or not the individual who claimed to be one of Sithelo’s relatives was actually related to her or was being paid by haters to smear her reputation. It is not clear whether the alleged members of Sithelo’s close family are telling the truth or whether they are engaged in a plot to eliminate Sithelo.

Sithelo Shozi in trouble for allegedly abandoning her mother

Recent cosmetic procedures that Sithelo Shozi has had include dental work, liposuction, a Brazilian butt lift, and enhancements to her chest region that were accentuated by an R1.4 million whip. She was targeted by inquisitive trolls who suggested that MaMkhize was funding her mysteriously expensive lifestyle in order to bribe her to bury the abuse allegations made against Andile Mpisane.

Sithelo Shozi in trouble for allegedly abandoning her mother

Sithelo denied the allegations that MaMkhize had given her a payout of R20 million and claimed that she had earned the right to live a lavish lifestyle through the result of her own hard work.

I have protected both myself and the truth by remaining silent and allowing my attorneys to handle the situation to the greatest extent possible. The date of the order is the 31st of October, as was mentioned earlier, and I am unwavering in everything that I have said. Nothing has changed. Gender-based violence is a serious problem in this country, and nobody or no amount of bribes could have undone the damage that was caused by the perpetrator. In response to your inquiry, the answer is no.

Her continued legal action against Sithelo and the Mpisane family for gender-based violence ensures that the conflict against them will continue to rage. According to Sithelo, the date of their court case is getting closer, and she is ready to battle them right up until the day that justice is done.

Reducing the negative effects of South Africa’s deplorable social conditions will have significant positive effects on people’s health.

Reducing the negative effects of South Africa’s deplorable social conditions will have significant positive effects on people’s health.

South Africans are confronted with a number of challenges, chief among them being poverty and socioeconomic disparity. There are approximately 63% of children under the age of six who live in poverty. In addition to this, there is a growing problem of unemployment throughout the nation. Additionally, there is a high prevalence of femicide and inter-partner violence, both of which are frequently associated with excessive alcohol consumption and substance abuse. [Cause and effect]

A developmental “biology of misfortune” can be established when a child is exposed to adverse socio-environmental factors, particularly when these factors occur in the early years of a child’s life. This involves neurobiological and epigenetic processes that ultimately steer a person’s life in the direction of poor health, unrealized potential, and a shorter life span.

The term neurobiology is being used here to refer to healthy brain development. There are times when epigenetic mechanisms are responsible for controlling this. These are biological reactions involving specific proteins that interact with DNA, which then results in the DNA’s structure being physically altered. The conditions of our physical environment and the surroundings can have an effect on epigenetics. The expression of genes can be profoundly changed by harmful environments, which can also have negative effects on health, including disruptions in the development of the brain.

When it comes to damaging epigenetic programming, ignoring the physical environment can have a number of obvious negative consequences. To begin, it has the potential to produce a future population that is both physically and mentally unhealthy; furthermore, individuals in this population would be more prone to contracting infectious diseases. Second, it has the potential to have an effect on the country’s future health as well as its economic growth.

Because of this, the health of children and adolescents should be considered an urgent priority, and they should occupy a central position within the healthcare system.

In a recent paper that my colleagues and I co-authored, we described how negative socio-environmental factors in early life can program the outcome of conditions such as obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and mental health disorders in adulthood. These conditions can be caused by a combination of factors. These noncommunicable diseases are on the rise and exacting a heavy toll not only on people’s lives but also on the healthcare system that the country has in place.

In this paper, we discuss the potential contribution of epigenetics to the current prevalence of noncommunicable diseases and describe the social and environmental conditions that young people in South Africa face.

In this section, we also discuss early interventions that can help improve the health of children and adolescents. The provision of optimal nutrition, the provision of a secure environment, the provision of opportunities for physical activity and education are the cornerstones.

Social conditions

One of the countries with the greatest socioeconomic disparities is South Africa. Children who are brought up in households with such high levels of poverty are at risk for experiencing both immediate and long-term consequences. Children who come from low-income families have a higher risk of developing chronic illnesses and have a lower quality of life as adults.

Poverty is experienced by more than half of the population, which accounts for the fact that 63% of children live in poor conditions.

Because of the intricate relationship that exists between nutrition and feelings, thoughts, and actions, paying close attention to nutrition is something that should be prioritized.

According to the findings of a lot of research, there are particular diets that are extraordinarily good for people’s health. A diet that is high in polyphenols is an example of such a diet. These are compounds derived from plants and can be found in foods such as tea, chocolate, herbs and spices, fruit, vegetables, and nuts. It has been demonstrated that a number of them are able to lessen the severity of illnesses by lowering the levels of oxidative stress and inflammation in the brain.

In addition to this, South Africa is home to a veritable “goldmine” of native plants that can be used for medicinal purposes. In addition to their other benefits, many fight obesity, cancer, and diabetes while also slowing the effects of aging.

In conclusion, despite the fact that it has been known for a long time that breastfeeding is beneficial for both the mother and the child, South Africa, along with the majority of other countries, is still not doing enough to encourage and support mothers who choose to breastfeed their children.


It is imperative that every possible measure be taken to ensure that children of vulnerable ages receive optimal nutrition, particularly during the crucial phases of development for young children. There is an undeniable need for efforts to be directed toward bettering the diet of the nation as a whole.

However, foods that are healthier are typically more expensive than foods that are less healthy and provide less nutrition. In general, healthier foods like lean meat, fish, fruit, and vegetables tend to be more expensive than oilier, more processed foods that are higher in sugar and fat content.

Because of this, it is difficult to promote a diet of high quality because it is simply unaffordable for a significant portion of South Africans.

The results of studies conducted all over the world have shown that the most effective methods for altering the dietary environment in favor of healthier foods are those that are aimed at the population level and are carried out by mass media nutrition campaigns and transparent food labeling. Some nations have adopted more stringent measures, such as the regulation of unhealthy foods and the imposition of higher taxes on them.

The health of children and adolescents in South Africa requires ardent advocates. The plight of young children needs to be prioritized and positioned at the center of the nation’s goals in order to be effective.

An early investment in children’s health, education, development, and overall safety and well-being would provide benefits that would compound over the course of an individual’s lifetime. They would have better prospects, as would their children, and consequently so would society as a whole if this were done.

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