South African Court Bans Use of Insecticide Doom for 'Healing'
The lawyer of controversial pastor Lethebo Rabalago, Advocate Edmond Lubisi, has argued against the Limpopo High Court's decision to ban the use of insect repellant to "heal" members of the Mount Zion Church, saying none of the congregation died after inhaling the poison.
Prophet Lethebo Rabalago sprays Doom at a member of his congregation (file photo).
South Africa: 'Doom Prophet' Back in Court
News24Wire, 20 March 2017
Controversial prophet Lethebo Rabalago, who sprayed members of his congregation with a household insecticide aerosol, will appear in the Limpopo High Court on Monday. Read more »
South Africa: Bodyguards, Singing As Prophet of Doom in Court
News24Wire, 30 January 2017
Religion and the law should not be confused, the lawyer for Limpopo's so-called Prophet of Doom said on Monday. Read more »