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Africa’s first school of witchcraft launched in SA

Blade Nzimande, South Africa’s Minister of Higher Education has launched Africa’s first school of witchcraft and wizardry. The school located in…

Blade Nzimande, South Africa’s Minister of Higher Education has launched Africa’s first school of witchcraft and wizardry.

The school located in Durban KwaZulu Natal, in South Africa will open its doors today March 29.

The witchcraft and wizardry school will be the first of its kind in Africa and its purpose is to empower those who want to practice witchcraft and wizardry.

According Nzimande, anyone who wishes to practice witchcraft in South Africa will need a license. “We are sick and tired of witches operating without licenses. Just like doctors and engineers, if pastors go to Bible college to learn about ministry; witches and wizards should also go to school to learn how to use their gifts so they can operate accordingly.” Minister Nzimande said.

Application forms are said to be available on the school website and applicants are required to have have passed mathematics and physical science in grade 12. Sources say more schools of wizardry will be opened all over the country by January next year.

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