Paralysed and wheelchair-bound Tselane Tambo is set to be thrown out of a rehab centre in Limpopo after her brother Dali allegedly failed to raise funds for her treatment.
Tselane, who suffered a stroke and collapsed at a friend’s house in Alexandra almost two years ago, was languishing in Alon International rehab centre near Tzaneen, in Limpopo, where she is undergoing physio and speech therapy.
But her treatment might be cut short due to financial reasons. Tselane, who is the daughter of former ANC president Oliver Reginald Tambo, was almost kicked out of the centre last year due to financial constraints but was rescued by an unknown Samaritan who donated swags of lucre for the treatment.
Dali could not be reached for comment at the time of going to press. His wife Rachel answered his phone and said she would ask him to revert with a comment but he had not done so by then.
Alon International administrator Joshua Pinel confirmed Tselane was one of their patients, and that the board will soon decide her fate as her funds were depleted.
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