HAVE you broken up with your lover but your ex-partner is still nagging you?
Worry no more, inyanga Rarang Mogale will peacefully sort out the problem for you.
Or so claims the 45-year-old former
English and geography high school teacher who now works happily as an inyanga specialising in break-ups.
Rarang from Ditatju Village in Senwabarwana, Limpopo, holds an honours degree in environmental education. Rarang said she has always been aware that she had a calling.
“I just did not want to accept it until about four years ago when I got seriously ill. No doctor could help. And I knew it was time to answer my calling. I had vivid dreams showing me exactly where to go and thwasa. I had to go to Zimbabwe.”
Upon her return, Rarang continued to work as a teacher by day and an inyanga in the afternoons.
“That did not work out well though as I got too busy and both jobs suffered,” she said.
She traded the classroom for the bones.
“I knew I had a greater purpose to help and heal people,” said Rarang, who added that she has been blessed with the ability to make sure that break-ups are peaceful.
“We all know it’s never easy to deal with a heartbreak and it can create bad blood between two people who were once in love.
“I ensure that there’s no bloodshed or even contact after a break-up.
“I use cow horns to chase the irritating partner away,” she claimed confidently.