People believe in different religions and cultures in South Africa. We currently live in a democratic country where everyone has the right to follow his or her preferred religion, and everyone is expected to respect that. As it has been stipulated in the constitutional law, every South African resident is allowed to practice any religion he or she is comfortable with.
However, even though it has been made hello by the government, Some people, out of their judgemental minds, turn to dragging other people's religions just simply because they do not believe or see them as an accepted religion or culture. In some communities, people who practice Sangoma and other traditional practices are not accepted in the same way as Christians. Those who worship ancestors are judged in some communities as people who are not doing things correctly or turning their backs on God. However, at the end of the day, everyone is entitled to his or her own religion, and people should not judge others.
A young lady published on her Twitter account that she went out earlier yesterday to have it with her ancestors and have a play date with her ancestral spirits. In the photo she published, a lady can be seen wearing a Sangoma inside the water, just like the way single mothers do when performing their acts.
Many people were surprised to see her respecting your ancestor so much that she went out of her way to have tea with them.Others were confused and couldn't understand how she does her things. Some people, as judgmental as they can be, have started to drool about God and heaven. What is also very curious is why so many young people are becoming sangomas nowadays.
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