- Three people, including a sangoma, were found digging graves allegedly to collect human bones
- They were arrested for violating graveyard regulations, malicious damage to property and bribery
- The suspects were found, and when questioned, they could not provide a reasonable explanations
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TSHWANE - A sangoma and two others were arrested for violating graveyard regulations, malicious damage to property and bribery. The three suspects were found inside a grave, allegedly trying to collect human bones for muti in Mabopane.
The Tshwane Metro Police Department said the nightshift security guards contacted officers about suspicious activity in the graves. According to the department, the suspects were found, and when questioned, they could not provide a reasonable explanation for what they were doing.
They also could not explain how they got permission to dig the graves. In addition, the suspects allegedly tried to bribe the officers with R1,500, TimesLIVE reported.
South Africans were outraged by the gravediggers:
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“Iyoo hai I give up.”
“Good grief!! We are not safe even 6 feet under.”
“There is NO SHAME in this country.”
Mzansi woman tells horrifying story of how she got scammed out of R25k by a phony sangoma, but she’s healed
In a related matter, Briefly News also reported there are a lot of dishonest people out there who will not blind an eye when ruining someone else’s life for their benefit. A lady got scammed by a pony sangoma who made her toss R25k in cash into a river.
While traditional healers make people do some strange things, dumping R25k of cash into a river is questionable. However, she went along with it, and it was a long and traumatic road of deadens and many unpaid loans.
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Source: Briefly News