Sango

NOUN
  1. a trade language widely used in Chad
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  • African culture - veneration of ancestors, belief in witchcraft, faith in the power of magic, called muti, and the ability of prophets or sangomas to harness that power. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • To the sleeping-place, the Islet Kasango, there was at least 28 'more, and from thence to the mainland "Manda," other 28'. The Last Journals of David Livingstone, in Central Africa, from 1865 to His Death, Volume I (of 2), 1866-1868
  • A sangoma is a white witch (they practise divination, herbal medicine and ancestor worship). Times, Sunday Times
  • Sangomas are a mixture of priest, diviner, predictor and healer with powers derived from being the incarnation of an ancestral spirit.
  • The word muti, which derives from ‘umu thi’, meaning tree, has become a byword for any traditional medicine, good or bad, practised by sangomas.
  • As far as I remember, the leader of the gang wanted to eat the prawns. which, again, if you've lived in SA... you'll know is not far off from what happens when "muti" is prescribed by witchdocters/sangomas... Nigerian Information Minister Bans District 9 | /Film
  • As a sangoma (traditional healer) who is also medically qualified, I see modern approaches to AIDS reaching an invisible limit as they confront the traditional approaches.
  • They met the village ‘sangoma’ who fascinated the visitors with her mysterious luck muti, which he suggested the team used before tomorrow's Test.
  • The indigenous cultures of South Africa have a very strong belief in the power of their sangomas or witch doctors.
  • MASANGO PETROS M NOTTINGHAM RD FARM 20061016 confessed by contract torpedo Lucky Mlangeni o.b.o. rancher MASSETT ANDRE M 2OO80628 ARTIST CULLINAN SMALLHOLDING Archive 2009-12-01
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