Most people turn to us, so let us help fight pandemics, say traditional healers

About 70% of South Africans were sidelined during hard lockdown because healers couldn’t operate

22 September 2020 - 19:12 By claire keeton

The scent of herbs burning wafts through an Nyanga surgery in Cape Town, where traditional healer Ntholiseng Mokoeqo treats patients. “No mask, no entry,” is her motto and, until lockdown level 2, patients were not allowed inside...

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