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Moment Two Employees Were Caught On Camera Performing Rituals in Office [VIDEO]

Kwabena Sowee 4 weeks ago 0

Two employees of the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) have been suspended for performing a ritual in their office. 

Following the discovery of the SASSA officials and two other persons accessing the office after hours on CCTV, a decision was made. One of the men can be seen in the video strolling around the office while holding what appears to be a snake, and the other man is seen sprinkling fluids all over the place.

On April 12, the event was captured on camera.

When they returned to work the following day, their coworkers were taken aback to see needles scattered over the office and what appeared to be blood smeared at their workstations. They informed their managers.

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Senzeni Ngubeni, a SASSA spokeswoman in Mpumalanga, stated that the two officials in question have been placed on suspension while inquiries are conducted.

He said; 

“We have found out that two of our officials were involved in the incident. As it stands, they have been suspended. Investigation into their conduct is underway.

“We have arranged with the municipality to use the community hall while we clean and fumigate the office. Members of the public have been informed to use the community hall.”

‘I want to say I’ve had three people ordered to be chemically castrated but, to my knowledge, this is the first physical castration to be ordered,’ Cascio said.

‘It has to be done no later than one week prior to his release, so they could do it immediately or they could wait,’ Cascio added.

Judging by this, Sullivan might not be castrated until a week before the end of his sentence, when he will be more than 100 years old.


‘Sex crimes against juveniles are the most malicious crimes we prosecute,’ Cascio said.

‘I intend on using every tool the legislature is willing to give us, including physical castration, to seek justice for the children in our community.’

‘So many of these types of cases go unreported because of fear,’ Perrilloux said.

‘The strength it must have taken for this young woman to tell the truth in the face of threats and adversity is truly incredible.’


Cascio added that the girl went on to raise the child who is ‘alive and healthy.’

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