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WATCH: 3 "Sangoma Initiates" Drown, Witness Says They "Angered A Water Dragon"

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The City of Johannesburg Emergency Services Management (EMS) Aquatic Unit recovered three bodies in the afternoon of 31 December following a drowning incident at Snake Park, in Soweto.

The three drowned during a baptism service in a stream near the Mayibuye Bridge on Saturday, Eyewitness News reported citing EMS.

This is the second baptism service that has cost churchgoers their lives in December 2022.

Local people believe the three men were drowned by a water dragon (inkanyamba).

According to an eyewitness who spoke to Eyewitness News, the men were sangoma initiates who had come to the stream to cleanse themselves. Watch the video below for more:

The witness added that the deceased men came on a bad day and inkanyamba was angry and drowned all of them.

The stream is said to be a pilgrimage for people who want prayers.

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11 Comments

SeeSee 1 month ago

Why is it that these white garment churchs always want to baptise people in these rivers and bopotomo? Why can't they just dig and build small baptism pools are their church


1 month ago

Nonsense


Hred 1 month ago

Water dragon my foot. Water hazards are there for a reason of you dnt follow safety precautions you drown


idi 1 month ago

You can say that again !

There is no such thing as water dragons 1 month ago

There is no such thing as water dragons


Sorojena 1 month ago

You can't believe these things if you are not connected to the spiritual realms

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iwe 1 month ago

wakamboiona here

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1 month ago

Kkkkkkkkkk "water dragon" bloody ediots


John 1 month ago

vachekeresa vanhu ava
waiziva inotambika


#T boy 2 weeks ago

zviriko zvimweya izvozvomumweyau mutorine zvakawanda zvichiyenderana nekuti tiri munyika ipi ingonzwa kunzi south Africa nyika yakatukwa sesodhoma negomora



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