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In Pics| Limpopo Learners See Ghosts & Find Skeletons & Muti With Their Names At School

Many people who do not believe in paranormal acts think that those who claim to have seen them, are either hallucinating or making unfounded claims.

Updates With LolaM reports that learners of Mahlontebe High School at Leeuwfontein outside Marble Hall in Limpopo have been experiencing strange things since the arrival of their new principal. These learners who claimed to be seeing ghosts in their classrooms thought they were hallucinating until their suspicions were confirmed.


In a story covered by on the 17th of Match 2021, these learners would mysteriously fall down but as soon as they wake up, they claim that they are seeing ghosts.

Since then, a meeting was organized for tje parents to try and find a solution but due to quarrels as they started pointing fingers, the meeting was not successful.


Parents have started blaming the principal and allege that eversince the principal took over, there have been strange things happening at the school. They further claim that such things have not happened over the past decade and the principal must explain exactly what it is that he is doing.

It is now reported that at their school gate, Skeleton bones and muti were found and they had people's names on it.


The spokesperson for the Limpopo Department of Education spokesperson Tidimalo Cheune has confimed the incident and says that relevant authorities will investigate before giving a full report to determine exactly what is happening at that school.

Mzansi is in disbelief, and most people on social media think this is the work of witchcraft with some suggesting that the principal might have used muti to get his job.

Wonders shall never cease. Whatever the case, the department must get to the bottom of this as lessons are being disrupted. It is bad enough that learners cannot attend classes daily due to Covid-19. They cannot afford to miss more lessons.

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