South African Pagan’s Rights Alliance fights against witch-hunts

15 July 2016 - 19:19 By Deneesha Pillay

No perpetrator of both the criminal use and sale of human body parts has ever self-identified themselves as a witch‚ the South African Pagan’s Rights Alliance (SAPRA) said on Friday.The Alliance‚ which held its annual general meeting this week‚ told TMG Digital that not only do those who do self-identify as witches condemn "muti murder" and other related criminal practices‚ they also found it "unfortunate" that the public incorrectly make a "connection between human mutilations and witchcraft as...

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