Our expert says:
What a very sad and frieghtening story...I agree with what someone else said in their message - you might need to go for a sexual health check because if he had to 'put the muthi inside you' I assume this was without a condom, and therefore you are at a risk of an STI (including HIV!). Aside from the health issue, I am very limited in what I am able to say as it looks like there is a bit of a clash of belief systems here; clearly within your belief system there is the possibility of making people do things through witchcraft; this is something which I am not familiar with. I am concerned that your trust was abused by this sangoma and wonder whether you need to take this up with the Traditional Health Practitioners Council?
Regarding your relationship, it may well be that the fact that you were so worried about his faithfullness before going to the sangoma was a sign that things were not good in the relationship - and so it may be that your experience with the sangoma had nothing to do with his 'distance' from you...? I can only suggest that you try to discuss your feelings with your (ex)boyfriend; both before and after the sangoma, and see what he says? If not, it looks like you have to try to accept that the relationship has broken down.
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