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PAY UP OR I’LL SEND IN MY TOKOLOSHE

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PAY UP OR I’LL SEND IN MY TOKOLOSHE
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PAY UP OR I’LL SEND IN MY TOKOLOSHEThis is the warning the Scott family from KwaNobuhle, Eastern Cape received from a sangoma. The family refused to pay a consultation fee for a job that never started.
Simphiwe Scott (48) told Daily Sun:  “We saw an advert for a sangoma called Babashe Nomakotiwakhe in a newspaper. “Our white Isuzu bakkie was stolen in December. “We went to see the sangoma and he said he could bring back the bakkie for R9 500. “He also said we should buy him R60 airtime to call us, which we did.
“He later told us to buy two white chickens, salt, maize meal and candles.”
Simphiwe’s wife, Sisa Scott (43) said the sangoma told them to wrap R2 000 in a white cloth and pour soil from their yard into their bath.
“We were told to shout three times for the bakkie to come back,” said Sisa.
“He also said we must deposit the money at Shoprite the next day.” The couple started getting suspicious of the sangoma. “We thought he was a fake sangoma who wanted to rob us,” said Simphiwe. “I called him and said we were no longer interested in his services. I stopped answering his calls after that.
“He then started sending us SMSes saying he would send his tokoloshe if we didn’t pay him.
“We are afraid and laid a charge at the cop shop.” The sangoma didn’t respond to several calls by Daily Sun. Police spokesman Warrant Officer Gerda Swarts said a case of intimidation was opened.

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