The community members of Mgunduzweni in Game near Hazyview questioned a local Sangoma and other suspects about what they were going to do with body parts of children they have abducted, and they revealed shocking details.
According to the Mpumalanga news report, the community members of Mgunduzweni in Game near Hazyview burned down a house of a local sangoma after body parts of 6 year old Bontle Mashiyane and other children at his house, community members also burned down two other houses belonging to suspects who were working with the sangoma.
According to reports, one suspects of the suspects was questioned by community members and he revealed that after abducting their victims who are mainly children, they kill and remove some of their body parts and take them to the sangoma, the most expensive body parts which is the womb of a girl child costs more than R30 000.
The sangoma would purchase these body parts and use them for rituals, police urged angry community members to not take the law into their own hands and let police deal with this situation, the community will only jeopardize their case if they continue burning crime scenes.
The sangoma made his first appearance in court yesterday, Monday, 23 May 2022, more details about this story will soon come out.
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