- A South African social media user opened a discussion online when he asked his followers if they would date a sangoma
- Saffas took the opportunity to share stories and other experiences they've had with traditional healers
- What started off as a simple question quickly turned into a book of tales by Mzansians who have been in relationships with sangomas
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@KingDon_za took to Twitter to share images of two beautiful women, posing the following question:
"Would you date a sangoma?"
The netizen's post gained traction as South Africans used the bird app to share their experiences with traditional healers. Some seem to show a lot of fear of sangomas while others could not care less and would happily start a relationship with them.
Below is the catalyst for the stories:
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South Africans share their personal experiences with sangomas:
"I wouldn't dare. I don't even sit next to someone who's wearing the sangoma attire... I had a traumatic experience with my late friend who had a calling and to be honest I'm scared of izangoma."
"I would definitely date one. They are of no harm. Same as doctors, they have a calling of helping patients. People say they're Christian but they judge a lot more than those who don't associate themselves with any belief. We see you..."
@sand_inmotion told his story:
"I am in a relationship with a sangoma, there was never any courting, she was notified in her dream, nangu umyeni wakho, he is broken, we met mysteriously after 2 weeks of the dream. 1 month later, she had to leave for her sangoma initiation. We are blessed with so much peace, love and respect."
"I've dated one. It wasn't that bad. Sometimes she'd tell me about her dreams and visions. We dated for years. I wish things worked out but I was young and dumb AF... I still think about her."
@Mike00404392 responded with:
"Of course, I did date a sangoma never had a problem at all."
"I dated one before, wouldn't do it again. The last day we broke up and I left her place, within 30 mins of leaving my car's alternator suddenly died, which caused my car to be stuck."
MEC Faith Mazibuko in disbelief after finding sangoma with snakes in his car
In other sangoma news, Briefly News previously reported that Gauteng MEC of Safety Faith Mazibuko says she was scared during her political work in the Vaal area. Mazibuko was spotted in Evaton where she was on a campaign to urge people to wear masks and take the Covid-19 vaccines.
However, she says one of the car owners was driving around with two snakes and said they are his children. Mazibuko says the driver had left his car window open but she later discovered that the owner is a sangoma.
The post reads:
“Unogada walemoto. The owner leaves the car unlocked. Yoooo. The snake almost came out of the window at the parking lot in Everton Mall.”
Source: Briefly News