Go tshela botshelo jwa gago ka phutologo jaaka mosadi wa mosha go sa kgathalatsege seemo sa bogole le Lebo Mokitlane

For the past 31 days women in the country have been praised, encouraged, honoured and celebrated for all the archievements the country has as a result of the archievements the country has due to their contributions, just as the month is popularly known as women’s month.
Women have been celebrated as stone ladies, women of worth because of their courage and strength during hard times, and how they always turn the sour things into the sweetest. But one can wonder how do they react when encountered with unexpected life challenges like chronic illnesses and dissability conditions.
Today on our dissability feature we learn more about life as a young woman with a long term dissability condition. Our guest is a 21 years old young Catherine Mokitlane from Klerksdorp. The young energetic and ambitious mother of 1 was amputated her left leg at the tender age of 12 due to a battle with cancer. Life has been hard but she has managed to make sweetest lemonade out of lemons