Traditional healers to get 5 star offices worth R62 million, Mzansi reacts

Traditional healers to get 5 star offices worth R62 million, Mzansi reacts

Traditional healers in Limpopo are set to get "5 star" offices. The department of cooperative governance, human settlement and traditional affairs announced that it set aside R62 million to build 7 traditional council offices in the province’s five regions. Mzansi social media users had mixed reactions about the report.

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According to MEC Basikopo Makamu, the new offices will resemble a five-star hotel. Facebook user Ndiambani Dugari said:

"While we still have unemployed graduate and our youths, this must be a joke"

Khashu Mashinini said:

"This is madness! The school have no proper toilets in that province!"

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Traditional healers to get 5 star offices worth R62 million, Mzansi reacts

Traditional healers to get 5 star offices worth R62 million, Mzansi reacts
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Oratile Lorraine Radzilani said:

"No problem with traditional affairs but how many unemployed people do we have in Limpopo and South Africa as a whole?"

Adel Phetoane joked:

"Hahaha After Building it they will start Bewitching each other and thunderstorm and fire and Tornado Mixed together.#Bang"

Khazimla Olungako Uthando Siqangwe asked:

"Was that money included on the annual budget? The President never spoke about it in the SONA"

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Nyumadams Danciah said:

"They can use that money to build decent toilets and borehole for those in NEED"

Briefly.co.za previously reported on a traditional healer in Hammanskraal who denied claims that he's a fake prophet. Dr. Kato recently alerted his community of intruders at his home, Daily Sun reported.

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