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Rea Tsotella: A woman is scammed by a fake spiritual healer

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Rea Tsotella: A woman is betrayed by her friend, whom she employed at her salon

Monday night’s episode of Rea Tsotella saw a woman being scammed by a fake Gobela, who was supposedly called upon to help her through the process of ukuthwasa.

The latest episode of Moja Love’s Rea Tsotella, which aired on Monday, 12 August 2019, saw a woman detail the emotional story of how she was scammed, when a traditional healer told her that she had a calling. In the emotional sit-down interview with host, Bishop I Makamu, the woman shared that she paid R500 each month to a man who was well known as a Gobela. She stated that her children often had no food to eat and walked bare foot to school, whilst she attempted to improve their living standards by becoming more spiritually connected with her ancestors.

Viewers of the show took to social media to share their sympathy with the woman; however, many stated that it was her fault for falling for the scam. Thiwakuhle Mkhwanazi stated, “This is so disgusting. How do you fall for such nonsense when you have other responsibilities? No matter what anyone says, you put your family and your children first and that doesn’t mean falling for such nonsense.”

Rea Tsotella is a confrontational conflict resolution reality talk show, which focuses on family, romantic and business relationships. Host, Bishop I Makamu, serves as the mediator and attempts to help all parties come to a constructive conclusion.

Rea Tsotella airs on Mondays and Wednesdays at 21:30 on Moja Love, DStv channel 157.

Watch the preview of the latest episode of Rea Tsotella below.

Imagine finding a Gobela to help you through the process of ukuthwasa, only to realise at the end that he is a fake nyanga and he didn't help you with anything.Today at 21h30 on Moja LOVE DStv CH 157 #ReaTsotellaMonday #fakesangoma

Gepostet von Moja Love TV am Montag, 12. August 2019

Sayushka Naidoo
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