Would you accept food boxes from a man whose neck was wrapped in a snake?
Tau diya rora (meaning lions are roaring) is a traditionally from Ga Sekhukhune in South Africa's Limpopo region. He makes no attempt to conceal the fact that he accomplishes all of his good deeds with the assistance of his snake.
The Sangoma Don is a man dressed in traditional Sangoma garb who travels around Limpopo handing out money and food bundles to the less fortunate. He asserts that his snake have the potential to heal and endow individuals with wealth.
People are now willing to go to incredible lengths to get fortune, even if this means possessing "little guys" or "magic rats." All of this, however, comes at a terrible cost, with many families destroyed by mysterious deaths occurring at certain times and following a specific pattern.
Tau dia rora has declined to reply or verify the accusations, although he does have an online channel where he openly discusses his snake.
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