There are a lot of things that have changed when it comes to how Sangomas do things nowadays. It seems there are alot of activities which are allowed. With that being said a lady who is known to be a Thokoza Gogo recently caused a stir on twitter. What caught people's attention was how she was having a tea by the river. She basically highlighted how this was her way of spending some quality time with her ancestors. The lady mentioned "having a tea party with my ancestors". This was rather strange for a lot of people who came across her tweet. Basically people couldn't help but express how they didn't even know such a thing existed. See more of people's reactions down below;
Zanghoma is a small village in Greater Tzaneen Local Municipality in the Limpopo province of South Africa. Notable people include Political activist Shaun Mhlanga, Vongani Khumalo and Endlani Mlambo. Zanghoma village is famous for rumours of sorcery as well as for multiple botched road construction projects. Wikipedia
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