Famend South African sangoma (conventional healer) and writer Credo Mutwa has handed away on the age of 98, the SABC experiences.
Tributes have been pouring in from South Africans on social media because the information of Mutwa’s dying emerged.
Mutwa, who was born in what’s now referred to as KwaZulu-Natal province in 1921, was a Zulu conventional healer whose prophecies about former South African President Thabo Mbeki‘s tenure in addition to the 9/11 tragedy and prediction of an impending battle between the US and Iran, pushed him into the highlight.
Throughout his lifetime, Mutwa additionally wrote a number of books to do with African mythology and conventional Zulu folklore. These included Indaba, my kids (1960), Track of the Stars: The Lore of a Zulu Shaman (1996), Zulu Shaman: Desires, Prophecies, and Mysteries (2003) and Girl of 4 Paths: The Unusual Story of a Black Girl in South Africa (2007).
In 2018, Mutwa was honoured on the inaugural USIBA Awards by Arts and Tradition Minister Nathi Mthethwa, for his lifelong work in contributing to the nation’s indigenous information techniques.
Watch Mutwa’s 2008 “message to the world” beneath. Within the video, he speaks about human instinct and the must be extra in contact with the world by which we reside.
Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa: A Message to the World
Listed here are simply a few of the tributes to Mutwa from South Africans on social media beneath:
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- Manak mtetwa