Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Politics




Africa politics

PHOTOS: A lady shook Mzansi after having a date with her ancestors

People believe in different religions and cultures in South Africa. Today we live in a democratic country where everyone has the right to practice his or her preferred religion, and everyone is expected to respect that. As stipulated in constitutional law, every resident of South Africa is allowed to practice whatever religion he or she is comfortable with.

 However, even if it is done hello to the government, Some people, who are not in their mental state, are drawn to other people’s religions simply because they do not believe or view them as an accepted one. religion or culture. In some communities, people who practice Sangoma and other traditional practices are not accepted in the same way as Christians. Ancestor worshipers are judged in some communities as people who do not do things right or turn away from God. However, at the end of the day, everyone has the right to his or her own religion, and people should not judge others.

 A young woman posted on her Twitter account that she came out early yesterday so it could be like her ancestors and play with her ancestral spirits. In the photo she posted, a woman can be seen wearing Sangoma in the water, as single mothers do when performing their movements.

  Many people are surprised to see him respecting your ancestors especially that he is healing to nurture them. Some are confused and don’t understand how he does his things. Some people, as far as they can judge, begin to argue about God and heaven. It’s also curious why so many young people are becoming sangomas today.

 What are your thoughts on the matter above? Drop your comments below and follow us for more updates.

Content created and supplied by: All_Is_Well.Media (via Opera News )

Mzansi Sangoma South Africa


Load app to read more comments