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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

What is the relationship between African Occult Muti Sacrifice Ritual Belief Systems, and African Criminality?






“Maybe the decision of the ANC youth cadres to take up witchhunting, was also based on the calculation, that party politics and revolutionary slogans would not be sufficient for mobilizing the population. Witchhunts on the other hand seemed to be a common cause for which one could expect broad-based support.” (1993:527) -- Isak Niehaus shows how witchcraft was politicised .. and how the ANC and other political groups used witchcraft beliefs to further their own agendas. [See also: Africanisation of RSA: ANC's Occult “Struggle” Politics: Witchcraft and the State in South Africa]

What is the relationship between African Occult Muti Sacrifice Ritual Belief Systems, and African Criminality?:
The analogies between African Occult Ritual Slaughter and Sacrifice of Animals and Humans for Profit are direct: both involve (i) Bloodletting parasitism, i.e. the being is not humanely killed, but must slowly and painfully bleed to death; (ii) Terrorizing Torture, the being must suffer, and protest its suffering with fear and terror: the greater the terror and screams of the animal/human’s torture, the greater the muti’s potency, to allegedly ensure future financial profit, sexual prowess, or similar, for the Muti purchaser.

How do Occult African beliefs about (a) Ritual Sacrificial Slaughter of Terrorizing Animals to Violent Death with Parasitic bloodletting; where the greater the amount of terror inflicted on the animal, the greater their alleged potency of African manhood; (b) Muti Medicinal Occult Beliefs of human bloodletting and Muti Harvesting of Human body parts, removed while the victims are still alive, in the belief that the terror inflicted screams of the victim, enhance the medicine’s power; (c) provide them with Occult Belief Systems which rationalize and legitimize not only violence, but the infliction of terror upon another being, as a ‘spiritual practice’ bringing ‘good luck’?

How much of these Occult African cultural beliefs are the belief system foundations for South Africa’s culture of violence, from black Africans?





What is the relationship between African Occult Muti Sacrifice Ritual Belief Systems, and African Criminality?


Excerpt: Open Letter to FIFA 2010 World Cup Teams: God vs. FIFA: Do you have the Honourable Courage to be a ‘Flying Scotsman’?


In 2010 Soccer World Cup Animal Slaughter: Tip of the Iceberg WordWright writes:
The bloodthirsty throat slitting – or rather throat hacking – of sacrificial cows are not the worst ceremonies these animals are subjected to in this country. There are some rituals where a bull would be killed with bare hands (obviously the poor animal would be tied down). This involves gouging out his eyes, tongue, testicles and tearing his throat open. As you can imagine the latter takes a while to achieve. Cattle hide is rather tough. And YES. These heinous acts are all perpetrated to celebrate spirituality! ???????

In Muti Killings Up Ahead of 2010? (News24/PDF), African Eye reports that over 70% of South Africans surveyed for a report on the trafficking on human body parts believe that muti killings will increase as the 2010 Soccer World Cup Approaches
“They say the treatments with genital organs only work if they are taken from a person alive and not dead” (Customs Official, Sofala province, Mozambique)

“The murderer cut her throat like she was a goat. He cut her head just like that, and removed her genital organs, leaving all the rest” (Police Officer, Cabo Delgado Province, Mozambique)

“The Police searched and found that she was carrying genital organs of adult men […] I don’t know how many exactly, it was several. But they were from adult men, I saw them myself” (Female Stall holder at Ressano Garcia, Mozambique/South African border)
- Trafficking Body Parts in Mozambique and South Africa, Simon Fellows (PDF)

The analogies between African Occult Ritual Slaughter and Sacrifice of Animals and Humans for Profit are direct: both involve (i) Bloodletting parasitism, i.e. the being is not humanely killed, but must slowly and painfully bleed to death; (ii) Terrorizing Torture, the being must suffer, and protest its suffering with fear and terror: the greater the terror and screams of the animal/human’s torture, the greater the muti’s potency, to allegedly ensure future financial profit, sexual prowess, or similar, for the Muti purchaser.

Furthermore in terms of African Occult Muti Harvest Human Sacrifice, the humans sexual organs are of great significance; and must be physically removed, while the human is still alive. This ensures sexual potency for the African Ideal of Dominance Manhood: the procreation of large families, with contemptuous disregard for loving and committed procreation family planning practices, or ecological carrying capacity principles (i.e. overpopulation colliding with scarce resources doctrines of sustainability). Children are procreated in terms of their financial, ego or sexual slavery worth; i.e. they are procreated not as individuals to love and cherish; but as possessions to exploit and abuse for profit.

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South Africa Moral Legal Order: Respects African Occult Terror Torture of Animal Sacrifice

On 04 December in a court room in Pietermaritzburg (IOL/PDF), a judgement was issued by Judge Nic van der Reyden, dismissing an Application by Animal Rights Africa Trust (ARA), which sought to restrain King Zwelithini from causing or permitting a bull to be slaughtered, or in any way ill-treated, at the Ikweshwama ceremony, also known as the Festival of First Fruits. The judgement was hailed, with the screams of ‘Amandla’, as a victory for the Zulu nation.

On 05 December, President Zuma and King Zwelithini attended the Festival of Fruits, where the Bull was killed barehanded, taking about 20 minutes to die. King Zwelithini stated umkhosi wokweshwarna was a “wonderful” ritual, and it was “despicable” to suggest that Zulu’s had no respect for animal rights (PDF).

On 07 December, Justice Malala disagreed, in Culture Is No Excuse for Cruelty (Times/PDF).

According to Word Wright, in The SPCA, SA Law, 2010 World Cup & the Planned Sacrifice of Animals, the laws against Savage Animal Sacrifice are that the sacrifice should be done:
“in a humane way as is reasonable within the particular religious or cultural values of the person effecting the slaughter and subject to the requirements of the SPCA.”

However, Word Wright’s ‘humane’ and Occult African culture’s ‘humane’ clearly do not agree; because Word Wright – unlike Occult African cultural leaders, such as President Zuma and King Zwelithini -- consider the following behaviour as ‘humane’ towards animals:
The cow’s legs are tethered together and she is flipped on her side. You can hear her moaning. She is held down by two or three people while a fourth one is standing by with a small dish and a fifth person wields the knife. They slit her throat, but the animal does not die. She screams and struggles, trying to throw off her assailant. He stumbles backwards and comes for her again, cutting some more. Her eyelids are still batting and her eyes are filled with panic and fear as he hacks away at her throat. She continues struggling weakly as the man with the dish approaches her to catch the blood spurting from her arteries. She still is not dead. There is no post- or pre-incision stunning. It will take a while before she will have bled enough to die – much longer than the 51 second YouTube clip [The Ritual Slaughter of Animals – African Style].

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Are African Occult Muti Sacrifice Ritual Belief Systems Belief Sources of African Criminality?

A Medical Research Council Report (M&G/PDF) released in June 2009, found that one in four [African?] men in South have admitted to rape and many confess to attacking more than one victim. The underlying cognitive behaviour beliefs which functioned as the cause for this criminal reality, were described by Professor Rachel Jewkes of the MRC, who carried out the research:
“We have a very, very high prevalence of rape in South Africa. I think it is down to ideas about masculinity based on gender hierarchy and the sexual entitlement of men. It's rooted in an African ideal of manhood.” (PDF)

How much of black Africans crime and criminality, their lack of humane sense of non-violent reciprocity towards animals and humans (morality) is a direct behavioural consequence of their Occult African medicine beliefs?

For example, how do their Occult African beliefs about (a) Ritual Sacrificial Slaughter of Terrorizing Animals to Violent Death with Parasitic bloodletting; where the greater the amount of terror inflicted on the animal, the greater their alleged African manhood potency of African manhood; (b) Muti Medicinal Occult Beliefs of human bloodletting and Muti Harvesting of Human body parts, removed while the victims are still alive, in the belief that the terror inflicted screams of the victim, enhance the medicine’s power; (c) provide them with Occult Belief Systems which rationalize and legitimize not only violence, but the infliction of terror upon another being, as a ‘spiritual practice’ bringing ‘good luck’? How much of these Occult African cultural beliefs are the belief system foundations for South Africa’s culture of violence, from black Africans?


African Occult Terror Torture: Occult Foundations of Muti Murder and African Spirituality:

According to a research article by Gérard Labuschagne, of the Investigative Psychology Unit, Serious and Violent Crime Component, Detective Service Head Office, South African Police Service, Features and Investigative Implications of Muti Murder in South Africa
Muti murder is defined as a murder in which body parts are removed from a live victim for the sole purpose of using the victim's body parts medicinally. These body parts are then often mixed with other ingredients or used alone to make a medicine called muti. Muti is a Zulu (umuthi) word meaning medicine. The victim usually dies as a result of blood loss from the wounds. While muti murders have occurred throughout history in South African culture, little is known about them and little research exists on the phenomenon. The term muti murder has been used interchangeably with the term ritual or sacrificial murder, often adding to confusion in terminology and definitions regarding these types of cases. This paper provides an overview of muti murder, explains the context in which these types of murder occur, defines the offenders and victims involved, and provides guidelines for investigating these types of murders.

According to the United States Department of State, Trafficking in Persons Report 2009 - Mozambique, 16 June 2009, available at: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR/PDF):
A recent NGO report found that human trafficking of Mozambican children and adults for the forcible removal of body parts is significant; so-called witchdoctors in Mozambique and South Africa seek various body parts of live victims for traditional medical concoctions commonly purchased to heal illness, foster economic advancement, or hurt enemies.

The UNHCR report is referring to the research performed by the Mozambican Human Rights League which showed that there was a link between Muti and business, in other words, trafficking body parts is part of the supply and demand business of Muti.
These Muti practices that are prevalent in South Africa and Mozambique are a cultural belief that body parts will make the [muti] medicine more effective and that it can solve any problem, ranging from poverty to health issues. The research interviews showed that so-called witchdoctors have a firm belief themselves that human body parts are needed for strong Muti. Witchdoctors, usually through a third party, actively seek human body parts from live victims.

“It is working because some people who are associated with the use of the parts are untouchable”

“People believe body parts can be utilized as Muti to call customers or to attract customers to buy more in their businesses”.

Trafficking Body Parts in Mozambique and South Africa, by Simon Fellows (MHRL/PDF)
“They formed a circle and put the baby inside and started dancing. One man took the baby and holds him up and threw him on top of the rock. They cut the baby open and removed the heart and lungs. When they got home they killed the goat and used its skin to cover the parts removed from the baby and put them at the shop” (Investigating Police Officer, Venda, South Africa1)

“He grabs me on the neck, I tried to loose myself but I couldn’t. So then he took his knife and started cutting me. Then I fainted” (young man attacked for his genital organs, Niassa province, Mozambique2)

“It is true that people become rich after a traditional treatment with human organs” (Traditional Healer, Manica Province, Mozambique3)

Muti killings up ahead of 2010? (News24/PDF)
Over 70% of South Africans surveyed as part of a report on the trafficking on human body parts believe that muti killings will increase as the 2010 Soccer World Cup approaches.

There is a clear link between muti and business. With the World Cup approaching, people we surveyed believe more people will be killed and their body parts used in muti that is bought to ensure businesses prosperity," said Simon Fellows, author of a report entitled Trafficking Body Parts in Mozambique and South Africa

The report also revealed that 70% of people surveyed in South Africa and Mozambique believe human body parts make muti more effective.

“Although this stems from generalised questions, it does indicate a deep-founded cultural belief that body parts make the medicine more effective and that it can solve any problem, from poverty to health issues,” said Fellows.

'We removed her vagina and her left ear' (IOL/PDF)
A packed Pinetown magistrate's court gallery reacted with shock this week as more gory details emerged of how up to 15 women were hacked to death, and their body parts removed and sold for a couple of hundred rand to a bogus sangoma.

Bhengu stated in detail how the two were recruited into the gang by the alleged ring leader, Sandile “My Man” Bhengu, and how they would drive around at night looking for women.

The bodies of the nine victims, with similar head injuries, were discovered between last October and February this year. Police said in March that the women's ears, tongues and private parts had been removed. One of the women was pregnant when she was killed. “We removed her vagina and her left ear,” Xolani stated.

Terror after Muti Murders (IOL/PDF)
Fear this week gripped Bizana and Port Edward - where at least eight women and a man have been killed in the past three months for muti. The women were hit on the head with a hammer, raped and had their genitalia removed while they were still alive.

Last Saturday morning she came back home to find her father and two older sisters had been killed in their beds. Her father, Madodebhunga Yalo, had been hit with a hammer. A grinder had been used to cut his skull open and his brains had been removed.

Her two sisters, Nandipha, 21, and Nobuhle, 20, had also been hit on the head with a hammer and a sharp instrument had been used to remove their genitals from their bodies.

Last Minute Decision in Muti-Case (IOL/PDF)
In the statement, Bhengu told police how he had been recruited by two of the accused, together with his brother, Popa Bhengu, and how night after night they found different women and killed them.

He said after stabbing most of the women, they would cut off body parts and would later sell them to a sangoma in Adams Mission. He said that after each of the murders, they were given R500 by Sandile Bhengu.

I was forced to kill my baby (BBC/PDF)
Although Helen tried to escape, Mabuda caught her and forced her to hold Fulufhuwani's legs while he cut the child's throat. “When the child was dead, he started to cut all those pieces, the hands, the legs and even the sex organs,” Helen says.

Limbs from children, primarily the sexual organs, are said to be the most potent. These are sometimes taken from live victims because their screams are thought to enhance the power of the medicines.

Conservative estimates are that at least 300 people have been murdered for their body parts in the past decade in South Africa…. Dr Anthony Minnar, of the Institute for Human Rights and Criminal Justice in South Africa, fears the toll could be much higher.

One of the few who lived to tell the tales was Jeffery Mkhonto, who four years ago when he was 12 was mutilated by an organised gang sent to harvest body parts.

“I heard them say they are going to sell my parts so that they can get money” -- Jeffery Mkhonto

Trafficking Body Parts: Muti Murder Documentaries:

A Bloody Harvest is a documentary by South African journalist Susan Puren on the ongoing murders of white rural residents in South Africa. It was aired on the SA TV programme Carte-Blanche (M-Net).
[South African white farm murders] is no ‘ordinary crime wave’, says the world's top expert on the subject of Genocide, Dr Gregory Stanton -- a former US state department legal expert who set up “Genocide Watch” after he formulated all the stages which led to all-out genocide – with the last stage being ‘denial’. Stanton thus is able to identify all the warning signals which precede ethnocides like this one now occurring in South Africa, hidden behind ‘ordinary crime’.



An award-winning SABC3 programme Special Assignment “Strong Medicine” documents how corrupt inyangas claimed to be selling human organs in Johannesburg [See also: Muti Murders].
The investigation showed networks trafficking in human body parts in contravention of the Human Tissues Act. The body parts were sold to people desperate for cures for illness and financial good luck.

A corrupt inyanga was exposed operating from under a bridge in Eloff Street Extension, selling what were believed to be human body parts. The same man is also shown introducing a middleman at the Faraday taxi rank, who was also trying to sell human body parts.

Levi Masebe, who works at a mortuary at Medunsa in North West province, is also exposed after he sold two human right hands for R4,000 to the journalists.

The programme also tells the case of a baby girl who was killed by her own father, a self-appointed healer, who killed her in front of her mother, who said: “He took us to a secluded spot... where he beheaded her and chopped (off) her limbs and removed her intestines and then wrapped them in a plastic bag. He poured her blood into a calabash and carried them all home.”




Muti Medicine: Herbs & Murder (CNN/PDF)
There are no statistics for the number of muti murders in South Africa and estimates vary from one a month to 300 a year, according to Gerard Labuschagne, commander of the South African Police Service's investigative psychology unit.

Such killings are usually distinguished by the dismembered bodies of the victims. It is believed that body parts -- including internal organs -- are sometimes removed from victims still living, in the belief that their screams enhance the medicine's power.

“The removal of genitals is very characteristic," Labuschagne says. “The parts have different significances -- a hand might be used by a businessman who wants to attract customers. Genitals are a source of good luck.”

Witchcraft Arrest in Mozambique (BBC/PDF)
The case involves this week's murder and mutilation of seven women and a child in Cabo Delgado province. Murder, mutilation and exhuming human bones for witchcraft have become a common practice, particularly in the country's northern and central regions.

Items are sold in neighbouring Malawi, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

Ignorance in Africa (American Daily/PDF)
The reports this week of 3-year-old Thabang Malakoane in Eatonside, South Africa, are sickening. Thabang disappeared while his mother was napping and was later found with his left hand, genitals, brain, heart, and other vital organs gone. The small boy fell victim to a lucrative black market that has been built around the sale of human - especially children - body parts and organs.

The black market is grounded in muti medicine, the traditional African system of holistic healthcare. One of the beliefs of muti is that certain body parts can enhance your luck or health. Children are especially targeted because they are young - therefore, in the beliefs of muti, they have used up very little of their good luck.

Gerard Labuschagne, of the South African Police Service, estimates the average to be anywhere from one a month to 300 a year. The killings aren’t impulsive in nature - rather, they are commissioned specifically for a customer and carried out by witch doctors, called sangomas. Human skulls are used to bring good luck to businesses, hands are buried under entrances to stores to bring customers, genitals and placentas are used to cure infertility. Body parts - including internal organs - are often taken while the victims are alive so that the screams will make the parts more potent.

Dr Anthony Minnar, of the Institute for Human Rights and Criminal Justice in South Africa, said this regarding muti murders in South Africa – “We have children going missing every week from our townships. The assumption is that those missing children are being put into prostitution and also that they are being used for muti murder.”

Very little is ever heard in the Western media about muti slayings, despite the fact that they are becoming more and more common. While the stories about Thabang and Adam are shocking, the memory quickly fades from the public consciousness. However, this out of sight, out of mind approach is only going to compound the problem. As we ignore the problem, it grows, and as it grows, the likelihood of it eventually causing the West problems grows. We are very good at contributing money to surface problems…. However, there has to be a fundamental change in the people themselves for this to stop, and that can only be solved when we commit to the only thing that will help this problem: education. We can cure the symptoms of these bloody practices forever, but there will never be an end until we crack the surface and go under. The West has to stop ignoring the foundational crisis of uneducated people, raising uneducated kids. It’s an endless circle that has no chance of ending unless we intervene.

Magic Medicine Murders Bedevil South Africa (Times/PDF)
WHEN police arrested six people outside a squatter camp in Bloemfontein, they were horrified to find that a bag the six had with them contained the head, heart, hands, feet, genitals and liver of a man in his twenties.

The arrests last month, which came after a tip-off from terrified residents that the six were allegedly hawking human body parts, turned the spotlight on the darkest of South African practices.

The police are convinced that the body parts were to be sold to a sangoma — a traditional healer — to make muti, meaning medicine. Some Africans believe that muti made with human body parts is the most potent of all.

The South African police force boasts the world’s only specialised muti murder investigation force. Gerard Labuschagne, who is in charge of it, believes that as many as 300 such murders are committed every year.

“Apart from a handful of high-profile cases, most muti murders go unreported,” Dr Labuschagne said. “They happen in South Africa fairly regularly, at least once a month. But for many police officers they are nothing unusual. They are just treated as another murder, so there are a lot of muti-related killings out there that never come to our attention.”

Dismissed as “backward and primitive” during the colonial and apartheid eras, African traditional medicine is undergoing something of a renaissance with Western scientists eager to examine traditional herbal remedies in their quest for new drugs.

Sangomas provide basic healthcare for an estimated 80 per cent of South Africa’s 45 million people, most of whom cannot afford Western-style medical care, and who use muti in the same way Westerners use homoeopathic medicine.

Although muti murders are easy to identify, they are extremely difficult to solve, Dr Labuschagne said. “The biggest problem is that they are what we call ‘stranger murders’. Identifying the victim does not help you. Apart from the body parts, there is no reason why the victim was chosen, and nothing to connect the victim to the murderer.

Muti murder as part of traditional African beliefs has been practised for centuries. With the arrival of Western criminal justice systems such practices became illegal. The problem faced by law enforcement agencies is that little is known about muti murder.”

MUTI AND THE BODY: Severed hands: buried under the door of a shop or business these would bring customers to the premises, making the owner wealthy; Breasts: widely regarded in African traditional culture as the source of “mother luck”, which would be used in magic potions to bring good fortune; Genitals: both male and female are in demand, used by sangomas to boost virility in men and fertility in women; Adam’s apple: would be used to silence a witness who was intending to testify against a sangoma’s client in court; Skull: used to protect members of one tribe from another by burying the enemy victim’s head in the tribe’s village; Eyes: supposed to confer far-sightedness; Tongue: used to smooth the path to a girl’s heart for a prospective lover; Body fat: usually taken from the stomach, the fat is regarded by some people, especially the Venda, as the source of a good harvest; Sperm and urine: also widely seen as a source of good luck; Atlas bone: regarded as powerful muti because of the belief that the circulatory and nervous systems run through it; Brains: would help to confer intelligence.

Harvest of death feeds occult's macabre trade (New Zealand Herald/PDF)
“We don't have accurate figures because most murders here are in our records as murders irrespective of motive,” he says. “Most people might also not regard a murder as a muti matter but just dismiss it as the work of crazy killers.”

Dr Lubschagne admits the rate of murders signals a worrying trend in South Africa. Despite South Africa being the most developed African economy, a huge chunk of its population still believes that power and wealth are better stoked by witchdoctors than stockbrokers.

“People who want to do better, people who want to be promoted at work, gamblers and politicians who want to win, even bank robbers who seek to get away with their criminal acts, turn to muti,” Dr Lubschagne says.

Body parts are eaten, drunk or smeared over the ambitious person. Various parts are used for different purposes. A man who had difficulty producing children killed a father of several children and used his victim's genitals for muti. In another case, a butcher used a severed hand to slap each of his products every morning before opening as a way of invoking the spirits to beckon customers.

Mathews Mojela, the head teacher at Sello's school, has worked in rural areas for nearly a quarter of a century. He says muti is founded in the archaic belief that there is only a limited amount of good luck around - if you want to increase your wealth or luck then it should come at another's expense.

And the screaming of a child while his body parts are being chopped off is regarded as a sign calling customers to the perpetrator's business. It is also believed that magical powers are awakened by the screams. Eating or burying the body parts “captures” the desired results.

Professor Issack Niehaus of the University of Pretoria fears that muti killings will increase as the inequalities of wealth become more entrenched. “I would expect the occult economy - that is the belief in using magical means to gain prosperity - to increase as poverty worsens,” Niehaus says.

African witchdoctor charged with muti-murders of 2 white farmers (Censorbugbear/PDF)

The Secret Race War you won't read about in your World Cup brochure Daily Mail, UK Special Investigation [Photos from: Caroline Suzman: Photo Gallery: Feature: The Killing Fields: Farm Attacks in South Africa]

On April 1 2009, two elderly white South African farmers were found murdered in South Africa – two of many. Forensic experts established that their genitals had been cut off while the victims were still alive. Strong suspicions that ‘witchcraft’ was involved were confirmed this week when Moeketsi Mokoena, 25, a Lesotho citizen arrested at one of the victims’ Viljoenskroon, Free State farms, claimed he was a ‘traditional doctor’.

Witchdoctors are so feared throughout Africa that they are hardly ever questioned, arrested nor charged for initiating or funding such crimes. They are increasing rapidly: with AIDS devastating the South African ruling elite, muti-killings to harvest body parts, sold for giant profits, have soared as the increasingly desperate demand for ‘AIDS-cures’ are reaching new heights.

According to the forensic evidence contained in the Bloemfontein court docket, Van Wyk, a retired policeman who alone stayed on his farm over the weekends, was allegedly lured outside where he was bashed over the head with a shovel, dragged inside the homestead while still alive -- and then his genitals were mutilated. This is a clear indication that this was a ‘murder to harvest body parts for ‘traditional medicine’, as this is inevitably done while the victims are still alive.’

Engelbrecht said he and the security-unit had been with police, investigating the muti-murder of another neighbouring farmer, Basie Venter, 65, just a few hours before when another farmer had stopped him on the road and warned him that he ‘suspected trouble’ on the Van Wyk farm next door, too. “Van Wyk wasn’t on his stoep as he usually did early in the morning, reading his Bible,” Engelbrecht was quoted as saying.

Muti-related murders occur very frequently in South Africa. However, very few of the ‘traditional healers’ who order body parts to be ‘harvested’ for the use in tribal medicine, are ever charged. The ‘harvesters’, i.e. the murders are charged very rarely too, however one such case occurred in August 20, 2008, when three men were found guilty for murdering a relative, and harvesting and selling ‘traditional medicine’ made from his body parts in Bushbuckridge, Limpopo province. This was an unusual event: and the witchdoctor was not charged.

Their testimony was that Floyd told his son that he desperately needed human body parts ‘to make his four businesses quickly churn big bucks’. The suspected businessman owns the Lebohang Bar Lounge, a restaurant in Tekamahala Trust, another in Oakley near Hazyview as well as a liquor-outlet in Oakley. Body parts had to come from a family member said the witch doctor.

The suspects made formal admissions to the arresting police that they ‘cut his body parts while he was still alive’ - while seated inside a blue Venture kombi belonging to Floyd. They then threw the victim's lifeless body in the middle of the road in Oakley, under the false pretense that the victim had been involved in a hit-and-run accident.

Alphabetic Name List: Murders, attacks on SA Farms and smallholdings 2009: Death Toll: 3,074… (Censorbugbear/PDF)
The cruel torture murder of Alice Lotter, 77, and her daughter Helen, 57, caused a wave of abhorrance amongst the white community because of its incredible cruelty. The women, both frail, were tortured to death at their farm in Allenridge near Welkom in the Free State on April 1 2009. According to forensic evidence, the Lotter mother and daughter had died excruciatingly painful deaths: first tortured by being stabbed with broken glass bottles into their vaginas. One of the women also had her breasts cut off while she was still alive – and both women’s blood, police forensic experts found, had then been used to paint anti-Afrikaner hate slogans on the walls of their homestead. They were then allegedly killed by strangulation: i.e. they were hanged.

Afrikaner police officers who investigated this horrific slaughter and had to gather forensic evidence, were also severely traumatised and required trauma counselling. And, despite the fact that the Lotter homestead was only one block away from the police station, no-one inside responded to the screams from these women while they were being slowly tortured to death.


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