Credo Mutwa has died at the age of 98-years-old. Mzansi celebrities took to social media to pay homage to the Sangoma renowned for his prophecies!enowned traditional healer and Sanusi Vusamazulu
The Credo Mutwa Foundation confirmed his passing and the family has asked for privacy.
Credo Mutwa was a Zulu sangoma, Sanusi traditional healer, cultural historian, author, painter, sculptor and mystic prophet from Mothibistad, a township outside Kuruman in the Nothern Cape.
“Bab’ Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa I’m so touched, I knew this was coming soon as I heard he was sick. Thank you for everything, for being a guardian and keeper of ancient knowledge, for ”indaba my children” and other books. Ascend freely to be with the great spirit again. Rest,” Samkulo Ndlovu.
“Credo Mutwa, my muse, has passed. If you look closely at most of my artwork you’ll see his influence. Robala kakhotso. Moratuwa wangu. Siyabulela ngawe” expressed Simphiwe Dana.
“Rest In Peace Credo Mutwa the great Sanusi of our time, a healer, prophet, and philosopher! Even those who didn’t understand your great insight will one day understand,” said Khanyi Magubane – Broadcaster and TV Analyst.
“One of the GREATEST and BIGGEST SPIRITUAL HEALERS and NATIVE DOCTORS South Africa has ever produced. One the GREATEST to ever do it — in all of AFRICA. The MIGHTY TREE has fallen. Rest in Power Baba CREDO MUTWA. The young ones will carry the baton,” Nyan Nyan’s Luyanda Potwana.
“The global treasure that is Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa has died aged 98. Thanks for everything, mate, until we meet again as we will. You did a FANTASTIC job in a FANTASTIC life – all my love to you,” expressed fellow Author and Public Speaker, David Icke.
Credo Mutwa authored books such as My People (writing of a Zulu witchdoctor), Isilwane (The Animal), Africa Is Mt Witness, Let Not My Country Die, Indaba My Children and Africa’s Hidden History to name a few.