MAKHOSI SHIELDS IBHANTINTI
SANGOMA Nosipho Sibiya has acted the hero of previous inmate Yamkela Mavundla.
Yamkela was bust in 2012 for outfitted theft.
He was condemned to 15 years, however just served eight preceding being delivered last March.
Nosipho swore after swearing to tell the truth that she'd assume liability for observing Yamkela, and report any violations he may focus on the police.
She said she met Yamkela during one of her standard visits to comfort detainees.
"I began visiting them after my sibling was captured. During one visit, I was contacted when I saw detainees crying since they didn't have ordinary guests. I gave food and books to help facilitate their forlornness," she said.
Isibhamu and Yamkela has an incredible obligation of mother and child. photograph by Noko Mashilo. Photograph by
Nosipho said she had a profound association with Yamkela.
"I originally overlooked his calls until I hurled the unresolved issues on him. I discovered that he was a pleasant individual, however didn't have a decent connection with his family," she said.
"He is a clever and conscious youngster, and has associated well with my six kids."
She said having a kid was not just about blood.
"Accordingly, Yamkela is my child as well and I discipline him like some other kid in my home. I will visit his mom in the Eastern Cape soon so she realizes that her child is in acceptable hands."
Nosipho said this was not her first time helping detainees who were dismissed by their families.
"I have just finished paperwork for four prisoners, so Yamkela is the fifth one," she said.
Yamkela said Nosipho saved him when nobody else would.
"I'm honored to have her in my life. She upheld me profoundly, truly and inwardly. I'm a Christian and she'sa sangoma, yet we oblige one another," he said.
Nosipho's little girl, Jabulisile Lekwadu (24), said she accepting Yamkela as her sibling.
"My mom instructed me that nobody is an outsider in our home. We are all family."
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