Redi Tlhabi's Believe It or Not! - Muti and Magic

After reports of an adulterous Johannesburg couple being stuck together during sex, Malawian herbalist King Atima claims that using muti on a partner’s private parts, to prevent infidelity, is common practice and brings in the business.

What I’m doing is to help people with their problems. I've got some powers and we've got some muthis that we use.

Allegations have surfaced that the couple trapped in the act of intercourse was as a result of third party measures to punish their philandering ways. The cheating woman’s husband is said to have enlisted the help of a herbalist to bewitch the pair.

To demystify the topic, Redi Tlhabi spoke to Atima about the alleged powers possessed by herbalists. Atima claims that he is able to:

  • Bring back a lost lover
  • Provide a quick marriage
  • Make a partner permanently commit
  • Enlarge penises to a range of sizes; and
  • Stop a lover from cheating

According to Atima, any of the above listed problems have same day results at a fee of just R200.

The herbalist advises that he uses a range of herbs, oils, creams, powders and sticks to make potions for his clients. He said both men and women consult with him to stop their lovers from cheating and that after he disengages an unfaithful duo, the man often struggles with his sexual performance in the future.

Simon in Pretoria East and a few other male listeners testified to King Atima’s magical claims - you’ll want to listen to this:


This article first appeared on 702 : Redi Tlhabi's Believe It or Not! - Muti and Magic


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