- South Africans are debating about white powder around a car and the use of black magic following a snap that was posted by Daniel Marven
- Daniel argues the owner of the car used a car tracker that is widely used in Africa to ensure his car is safe from theft as it’s not parked in a garage
- However, many locals say muthi doesn’t have power against thugs and some say the powder is to push rats away from eating car cables
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Daniel Marven has ruffled the feathers with another controversial social media post. The Twitter account holder has shared a photo showing a local guy who sprayed powder around his car with the aim of protecting it.
One can see a white coloured powder surrounding the car and Daniel says the owner of the vehicle uses a special tracker to possibly ensure it remains safe. Local social media users are reacting to the viral photo and Briefly News looks at the funny reactions.
Some people seem to know the magic or the move behind the powder and they say it’s mainly to fend off rats from eating electric cables. However, some say black magic doesn’t work at all. He wrote:
“Apparently this is the best car track you can find across Africa.”
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The post reads:
“And no one can pass across the line.”
“Who is being bewitched Sju?”
“That is witchcraft of all forms.”
“Not car tracker but car guard.”
“The most effective one.”
“Lewis Hamilton is proud.”
“Lol neh that is for amagundwane, not to eat izintambo zemoto.”
“Peter Parker”: Woman filmed doing bizarre dance leaves SA seriously confused
In a recent article, Briefly News posted that a South African social media user has shared a confusing video of a woman who looks like a sangoma but her dance moves are seriously weird.
The woman is seen at a traditional event wearing sangoma attire. As the video plays, she stands on two chairs and starts to dance to a song and a beat of a drum.
The woman is seen getting emotionally charged and starts to move up the pole that anchors the tent.
Many people in the tent start to film the sangoma and many can be heard shouting in awe. There are contrasting comments from the viral clip and the account holder suggests she respects the elders or ancestors: