Dloz'Lam is a show that is about ancestors, Sis Thembi, the spirit reader, connect families with their deceased loved one and relay messages from the deceased to the people who are in need of help.
Most people who visits the show are the ones who's lives aren't going well or some certain things in their lives dont make sense.
The show has been very informative, especially to Africans who believes in ancestors, however one of the episodes had people arguing over what's real.
" Today, I learnt that many people who can't find jobs their houses are tied up, so heartbreaking#Dloz'Lam", one tweeted
" Rubbish. We have the highest Unemployment and income inequality in the world. How do you expect people to buy houses and find jobs? We need economic growth,not ancestors", one commented
"Who is we? If it's rubbish for you then just pass...don't call it rubbish just because you don't believe in ancestors. Some people don't even get employed coz baletse ancestors tsa bona,so ba bakwalla ditsela", one argued
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