Thursday, February 26, 2015

Strange happening

Strange And Bizarre… Woman Raped By A Ghost

A Bulawayo woman has died of excessive bleeding after she allegedly had sex with a ghost she reportedly met at a city nightspot.
The woman, Sithandazile Mpofu from Pumula East, died on Monday last week. Before she met her death, she told her sister that she found herself stark naked on top of a grave at Luveve Cemetery.
While narrating her ghostly experience, she started frothing on her mouth and bleeding from her privates.
A close relative confirmed the incident saying Sithandazile died after she complained of having slept with a “man” who she suspected was a ghost.
The relative who refused to be named said following Sithandazile’s mysterious death the family was planning to hire an n’anga to perform some rituals on her grave so that she would not be turned into a “zombie”.
“The way Sithandazile died puzzled everyone. Before she died she claimed that she met a certain man at a city night club which she later suspected was a ghost before he asked her to go to his home for an all night sexual encounter. She agreed but was surprised to find herself stark-naked at Luveve Cemetery while on top of a grave.
“She said while on top of the grave, she was feeling that someone was touching her and his hands were pushing her against her will. She said she was feeling the weight of a man on top of her but she couldn’t see anybody. While narrating her ordeal she started frothing and bleeding from her privates and that is when her sister discovered that something mysterious had happened to her.
“She was taken to Esiphezini where her health deteriorated before she was taken to United Bulawayo Hospitals. She however, died two days later. We later thought that she was supposed to be taken to a prophet or inyanga since the problem looked supernatural,” said Sithandazile’s distraught relative

Monday, January 5, 2015

Herbal vendors a danger to society

Herbal vendors a danger to society: Zinatha
03/01/2015 00:00:00
by Staff Reporter
Weed them out ... Sekuru Peter Shumba Sibanda
THE Zimbabwe National Traditional Healers Association (Zinatha) says vendors who have flooded the streets selling the so called herbs for curing various ailments are a danger to public health as they are neither traditional healers nor herbalists.
Members of the association appealed to relevant authorities to flush out opportunistic vendors who are duping desperate Zimbabweans who can’t afford proper healthcare. spoke to traditional healers Ambuya Constance Chikomo of Budiriro 5 and Sekuru Peter Shumba Sibanda in Mufakose, both of whom expressed their concerns about the influx of what they said were conmen and women.
Ambuya Chikomo who has over 30 years of experience said vendors selling the so called “traditional herbs or medicines” along the streets in central Harare are taking advantage of public desperation caused by economic hardships.
“This is very risky to people’s lives because the said herbs are just tree barks which are being grinded to appear as if they are helpful and genuine yet they are harmful and poisonous,” said Ambuya Chikomo.
She added: “Most of the people who take these concoctions end up coming here to seek assistance after complications because when they go back to the vendors they normally find the vendors having relocated to another street.”
Ambuya Chikomo’s worries are shared by Sibanda who is also the Zinatha secretary for education. Sibanda said some people have even gone blind after taking what is called “eye concoction.”
He said very soon Zinatha would together with the police invade the streets to “weed out these vendors who are not our members and are of no fixed aboard in case some people develop complications from their concoctions.”
He added: “These people are taking advantage of loopholes in the law governing the operations of traditional healers. In conventional medicine one needs approval from the Medicine Control Authority of Zimbabwe.”
Some vendors have even become more innovative as they frequent popular meeting places such as halls and stadiums to trade their “herbs”.  
Zinatha claims to have more than 45 000 registered members country wide including pastors and apostolic prophets.
Herbalists as well as those who sell traditional medicines and faith healers are supposed to be registered in terms of Traditional Medicines Practitioners Act which was established in 1981 and amended in 2000.

Malawi phophet

CONTROVERSIAL but widely popular Malawian prophet, Austin Liabunya, has said President Robert Mugabe will die in 2015, an online newspaper has claimed.

The Maravi Post said Liabunya said this during the night of cross over service conducted in Area 23 at Music Cross Road tent in Malawi’s administrative capital Lilongwe in the wee hours of January 1.
During the same service Liabunya told his followers that Hakainde Hichilema will emerge as the new President of Zambia when the country goes to election on January 20. The United Party for Development leader will face Patriotic Front leader Edgar Lungu who recently flew to Zimbabwe to consult with President Mugabe.
According to the report, Liabunya said “Mugabe’s biological clock will not tick beyond this year ” after which Zimbabwe will be “restored” to the be in the top five of the richest countries in Africa.
The prophet said First Lady Grace Mugabe “will never win in Zimbabwean politics” and had simply joined politics to “protect her ill-gotten wealth.”
Liabunya however claimed that it would be good for her to contest as she would give back wealth to the Zimbabweans during the campaign period.
Liabunya is a controversial figure who has won himself a following over the last few years predicting political events in Malawi. His followers claim that he prophesied former Malawian President Joyce Banda’s defeat in 2014.
President Mugabe, who is currently on his annual leave, has previously joked about people who have predicted his death saying in their dreams he had died “more times than Jesus.”
The 90 year old leader has shown no signs yet of wanting to step down soon with his party endorsing him as their preferred leader during the December congress.