The dynamic Leshabane is the ultimate superwoman, she is one of a kind. She is a brand strategist, entrepreneur, influencer, public speaker and we recently spotted her at the Glamour Woman of the Year Awards looking stunning. She also featured on a couple of episodes on the reality show The Real House Wives of Johannesburg that just completed its first season.
She was also crowned first princess in 2016 at the Miss SA pageant. She has founded many charities and she is very passionate about women empowerment and getting their voices heard. She is one of the very few media personalities that are known for keeping it very real.
The 28-year-old Olwethu recently took to Instagram to share details of the birthing of her baby boy Malik Kumkani. She said she is very overwhelmed with joy and love for her baby boy and added that giving birth to him was the best experience of her life. in her own words she wrote
This guy is 7 months old today… he was born just the other day😭
He was the best birthing experience and the calmest baby I’ve ever birthed…
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This guy is 7 months old today… he was born just the other day😭 He was the best birthing experience and the calmest baby I’ve ever birthed. I did what I was told I could never do, had a Vaginal Birth After 2 C-sections (VBA2C) – I truly believe in science, but I also believe in the magic that is the female body. I took back my power and named this little guy of ours Malik (Chief) Kumkani (King) Edward (Hubby’s Father, who posthumous was a real spiritual guide throughout this pregnancy). ——————————— In 2018 how did you take back your power? ——————————— ph: @photogeniustats fit: @outerwearza
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I remember finding out what Malik’s gender was… I curled up in blankets and cried for two whole days. Another boy, Dear God!!! Why me??!! Little did I know this is the son he’d chosen for me to carry out a purpose I have. This is a son with purpose. I’ve seen the healing he’s brought and the blessings He’s brought us from the heavens and the spirit realm through Malik. With Mikaili and Morgan, the realization of a new baby came after the drugs had worn off and I was in solitude at home trying to figure out a whole new person in our home. With Malik, it was in that birthing pool after that last push and I had him in my arms – I knew his great-grandmother (maternal) and his grandfather (paternal) had kissed him on the other side – he’s so much of both of them. I’ve never been more confident, assured and solid on my motherhood journey than I am now… my steps are ordered. I AM GUIDED🦋💛🙏🏽
Olwethu says she was adviced to rather go for a vaginal birth after getting two C – sections and she went ahead with it in faith and further expresses how peaceful and successful it was. In her own words, she wrote:
With Mikaili and Morgan, the realization of a new baby came after the drugs had worn off and I was in solitude at home trying to figure out a whole new person in our home.
With Malik, it was in that birthing pool after that last push and I had him in my arms
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