A sangoma has predicted good news for Mzansi over the upcoming Afcon match between Bafana Bafana and Egypt.
On Thursday morning, Sangoma Nzama Maluleke from Meadowlands, Soweto, woke up to a good dream, the Daily Sun reported.
According to the publication, Maluleke dreamt on Wednesday night that women were cheering and men were whistling, there were also people blowing on vuvuzelas.
Maluleke took to his bones to interpret the dream and he was met with good news.
“They showed me Bafana beating Egypt tomorrow," he said.
However, taking Bafana's performance thus far into consideration, Maluleke found it hard to believe. So, he threw his bones a second time and was met with the same results.
Maluleke said he has been a sangoma for a decade and his bones have never lied to him.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported Mzansi is not so sure that Bafana Bafana would survive Saturday's match after a very weak start.
Former Bafana goalkeeper Brian Baloyi said the team might have a chance if they change their tactics.
"I still believe with the type of players we have, we're not bold enough to go all-out and attack teams. Play our own football. We give opposition too much respect and I fear that what we are going to do against Egypt," said Baloyi.
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