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Medicine? Bah! SA amateur golfer beats cancer through traditional foods

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Four years ago, Capetonian Mohamed Suliman’s prognosis was dire. He took control and is now representing his country in the largest amateur club tournament in the world.


05 Mar 2020
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Medicine? Bah! SA amateur golfer beats cancer through traditional foods

Mohamed Suliman. Photo: Ken Borland.

It’s already been a very good two days on the golf course for Capetonian Mohamed Suliman in the BMW Golf Cup International World Final at Fancourt but it’s remarkable just in itself that the 52-year-old is even playing golf let alone representing his country in the largest amateur club tournament in the world. That’s because less than four years ago, Suliman was in a wheelchair suffering from cancer. The bones in his pelvis had been eroded away by the illness and, after half-a-dozen chemotherapy sessions, his prognosis was poor. “I overheard the doctor saying to my wife that he just...

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