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ust a few minutes spent in the company of nine-year-old Keitumetse Lekala makes one appreciate the beauty of life and the gift of health. Keitu is one of the bravest people you’ll ever meet. Wearing a blue sunhat and a broad smile, the little girl with big brown eyes talks openly about her journey since being diagnosed with an aggressive malignant brain tumour. She had to stop school and was put on a vigorous chemotherapy and radiation oncology treatment programme; every day she attends radiation treatments at the Wits University Donald Gordon Medical Centre in Johannesburg. Because both her parents have to work, she and the family’s nanny utilise public transport provided by the hospital to get to and from her treatments. It’s been a traumatic and stressful time, not only for Keitu but for her parents, mom Lebo and dad Thabang, too.
A whole world turned upside down
“Keitu has always been a very easygoing, outgoing child and she makes friends easily, especially with kids her age. Despite everything she is going through, she is always so positive and her sunny outlook on life has definitely helped