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Mabhebeza took my business and man.

A lady claims that a mabhebeza caused her to lose everything, and she advises anyone who read the Sun to steer clear of it or else they run the danger of having their life turned upside down.

SHE moved from being a prosperous entrepreneur to working as a cashier after making a career change.

She was likewise a contentedly married mother of three until she and her husband decided to end their marriage.

The lady, who is 47 years old and is from Brakpan in the province of Ekurhuleni, is certain that mabhebeza is the reason why her life was turned upside down.

She said to the Daily Sun that she had mabhebeza in 2020, and that everything was going well up until the time when she had to go to KZN to bury her mother.

Because she was the only member of her family who was aware of it, she was unable to give her relatives instructions to prepare tea for it.

"I had a salon in Sandton, a fashion business in Jozi, and two shisanyama stores in Ekurhuleni," she claimed. "I had two shisanyama outlets in Ekurhuleni."

The lady said that her spouse began to behave strangely when she returned from her trip to KZN.

"It seemed as though he had a hatred for me. He went as far as to start sleeping in a different room. She said that "a lot of things transpired, and as a result, we ended up divorcing."

She said that her children were in KZN with her sister, and that her husband traveled there only once every two months to see them.

"At this point, there is no longer any communication between us. He just transfers the funds to my sister's account. "It's as if he switched from being a loving spouse to being really hostile toward me," she added. "It's like he turned into a completely different person."

The lady said that the friend who had suggested mabhebeza had returned to Mozambique, and she had been unable to get in touch with her since then.

She sent a warning to the SunReaders to keep their distance from the beast. She warned that even a single error may have catastrophic consequences for her life.

Sangoma Mkhulu Magabade Mnisi elucidated that the mabhebeza was a kind of amoeba that lives in water. She stated that you had to feed it rooibos tea to eat, and that after it had a kid, you had to give the newborn to a family member or friend.

"The woman may come here in order to get purified in the appropriate manner. "The gloomy cloud will lift, but she won't have the life she once had," the woman said.


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