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 ...

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