South Africa: Credo Mutwa Dies

Credo Mutwa's latest known work was an adaptation of his book Indaba, My Children with lettering by Mark McKeown and iIllustrations by Andre Human.
25 March 2020

Cape Town — Traditional healer Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa has died, according to reports on SABC News.

The Credo Mutwa Foundation confirmed the passing of the 98-year-old.

Credo currently lives with his wife, Virginia, in Kuruman where they run a hospice clinic, according to Wikipedia.

Mutwa, born on July 21, was a Zulu sangoma, and known as an author of books about African mythology, traditional Zulu folklore, extraterrestrial encounters and his personal life.

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