IZANGOMA GUN FOR R2M TSOTSI SANGOMA!
A GROUP of irate izangoma is requesting answers.
This after a lady guaranteed she lost R2 million to a gogo she thought was a sangoma.
Agnes Shikwambane (47) guaranteed gogo Margaret Khumalo said she was a sangoma, and took her money.
The two met in 2013 at a companion's wedding and became companions.
Later Agnes got an enormous payout from the Road Accident Fund after her significant other passed on in a fender bender in 2015.
She at that point claims she purchased Margaret four vehicles and constructed her a house.
Every day Sun distributed their story on Tuesday, 16 February featured: "Sangoma took my millions."
Agnes said she was crushed and uncovered that Margaret was purportedly clutching records, her ID and bank cards, which she gave over when they were as yet on great standing.
She said she confided in her.
Concerned gobelas visited Margaret Khumalo's home in Soshanguve after she neglected to show up in their disciplinary board on Tuesday. Photograph by Raymond Morare Photo by
"I need my cash back alongside the property, vehicles and reports, for example, my significant other's demise declaration, which she's keeping," she told the People's Paper.
Izangoma from the Traditional Healers Organization orchestrated a gathering with Margaret on Tuesday to clarify the charges against her, yet she was a flake-out.
Day by day Sun and the izangoma visited Margaret's home in Soshanguve, Tshwane, however discovered it bolted.
Neighbors said they didn't realize that Maragret was a sangoma. Another neighbor said they saw her significant other toward the beginning of the day, yet hadn't seen Margaret.
The SunTeam attempted to call her, however her telephone was off.
Senior advertiser of Traditional Healers Organization in Soshanguve, Masoja Masemola (64) said, "I won't pardon myself until Agnes gets back her cash," said Masoja.
She said she was disillusioned that Margaret didn't go to the conference as she concurred.
"She should not keep rehearsing as a sangoma since she's humiliating genuine customary healers," said Masoja.
Gobela Zanele Mngomezulu (29) guaranteed this lady was not a customary healer.
"We need assistance and need equity," she said.
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