HILARIOUS: Witches in Swaziland Banned from Flying above 150 Metres

This is hilarious!
Swaziland has launched a crackdown on high-flying witches after banning them from hovering above 150metres. Anyone caught flying their broomstick above the height limit faces arrest and a hefty R500,000 fine, the country’s Civil Aviation Authorities said this week.
According to the Corporate Affairs Sabelo Dlamini ‘A witch on a broomstick should not fly above the [150-metre] limit,’. The new aviation law was highlighted after a private investigator was caught flying a helicopter equipped with a video camera to gather surveillance information.
Witchcraft is taken seriously in Swaziland where many people believe in the power of black magic. Last year a leading Swazi MP called for a hike in tax paid by witch doctors to help ease the cash-strapped country’s financial woes.
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4 die in T.B. Joshua’s church during stampede for holy water

How do you describe this kind of death?

At least 4 people have been confirmed dead in Pastor T.B. Joshua’s Synagogue Church Of All Nations in Spintex Road, Ghana.

The tragic incident occurred after a stampede ensued at the church today during the distribution of free holy water.

 Greater Accra Police Public Relations Officer DSP Freeman Tetteh confirmed the death to Joy News and said the bodies of the deceased have been deposited at the 37 and Police Hospital mortuaries.

Some 13 persons were also severely injured during the incident.

Thousands of people had flocked the church in pursuit of healing, spiritual and financial breakthrough.

The holy water, to many TB Joshua followers is acclaimed to be the panacea to the many spiritual afflictions.

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Shameless Photo of the Day: Title This Yourself

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The rate at which nudity has become a norm leaves one to wonder if there’s a gradual shift back to times in the Garden of Eden, before the serpent came into the picture… It has become extremely difficult difficult to draw the line between a whole and a non-whore… To a large extent, those who are found dressing like this hide under the pretence of either trying to ‘be themselves’ or ‘flaunting what they got’… That is not my ‘P’ not worry about… My question here is; as a man, would you (really) allow your woman dress like this to a public (or private) function? Guyz and gentlemen, please sincere here… Don’t forget to share… @mouzizidu

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PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Is he playing the flute or pipping?

You should no longer wonder where the inspiration comes from… I call this smoke-full meditation…

Pics of the Day

Building Upon Destruction, Culled from RD REVILO

Seeing this picture made me giggle, but with a frown in my heart. The practical manners humans have developed for mis-behavioural decency cannot be over-emphasized. I can guarantee you one thing, if any guy, dude, boy (male gender) is caught dressing like this in the streets of Lagos, Nigeria, I can  assure you such a ‘fella’ would have been seriously dealt with before the mere consideration of a spiritual angle.

To acclaimed developed (1st world) countries. I don’t know if the paradigm shift of is declining or moving forward. I don’t want to believe its a move back to the ‘then’ Garden of Eden.