Mysterious case of disappearing family members: We need a powerful sangoma to help find our relatives

Mysterious case of disappearing family members: We need a powerful sangoma to help find our relatives

When two members of the same family mysteriously disappear, something it definitely not right. So, that’s why the Sethabela family called on a strong sangoma or prophet to help them.

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On 13 August 1996, the head of the Sethabela family, Solomon, disappeared without a trace. According to his relatives, Solomon worked for a clothing company and he was last seen in Maboloka, North West.

Now, 22-years after his disappearance, another Sethabela family member went missing. George Sethabela, 43, who hails from Westford, Tshwane West, disappeared last month.

George, who is works for the SAPS dog training school, never returned home from work on 14 June and his family worries he might have been abducted.

Mysterious case of disappearing family members: We need a powerful sangoma to help find our relatives

Solomon went missing in 1996, now his son dissaprered too. Photo credit: Daily Sun

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Daily Sun reported George’s brother, Rapoo, said it was the first time he disappeared, and the family searched everywhere with no luck- now they call on the help of a powerful sangoma or prophet.

Police spokeswoman Sibongile Vuma revealed a missing person’s case had been opened and they would greatly appreciate any information the public can offer to help find George.

Briefly.co.za learned George’s story was even shared on social media by his fellow SAPS trainer Terrence Matlapeng.

Mysterious case of disappearing family members: We need a powerful sangoma to help find our relatives

Facebook users responded to Matlapeng’s post by praying for the safe return of the 43-year-old man. Photo credit: Terrence Matlapeng/Facebook

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