Inyanga predicts upper hand for Chiefs

Inyanga predicts upper hand for Kaizer Chiefs ahead of Soweto Derby

Posted: 7 December 2012 Time: 11:38 pm

It is an open secret that players and fans still believe in muti for luck – KickOff.com travelled all the way to Wintervelt to meet a renowned Inyanga and find out his predictions.

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Both SuperSport and the SABC have shown images of soccer teams sprinkling liquids and other substances on the field before the start of matches recently, supposedly to bring them luck – or to give the other team bad luck.

Fans will also recall Sibonelo 'Matatazela' Madela, an Inyanga from Ulundi in KwaZulu-Natal, who claimed in the media that Safa owed him close to R100,000 for services provided to Bafana Bafana during the 2010 World Cup.

Madela threatened to create bad luck for Bafana if Safa failed to cough up the remaining R90,000 he was owed – and his threats hit home as Bafana went on a losing streak ...

With the Soweto Derby looming large, KickOff.com travelled to Wintervelt, outside Pretoria, to meet local inyanga Timothy Mkhondo, popularly known as 'Ty', to find out his predictions for the match at Soccer City tomorrow.

"It's going to be a tightly contested game ... both teams have spent a lot and brought in powerful muti for this game," Mkhondo revealed to KickOff.com.

The Inyanga continued after throwing a second set of the bones: "There has been lot happening this week. One of the teams has consulted a powerful prophet from a certain church in Atteridgeville while the other team has brought in a man from one of the countries outside South Africa and he is booked in one of the nice hotels in Johannesburg.

"However, there could be change of plans in terms of using muti, with the other team bringing a new person a few hours before the start of the game.

"There has been some other disagreement with some officials in the other team in terms of muti, which could spell bad luck for them on Saturday ..."

The 68-year-old Inyanga predicted that even though Kaizer Chiefs will enjoy the upper hand in the Derby, the game will end in a 2-2 draw.

"I see many people at the stadium. Both teams have very good strikers. I see number 31 and number six scoring goals. I see more goals and fans will be happy with the game on Saturday."

Number 31 for Pirates is Collins Mbesuma, number six is Thandani Ntshumayelo.

Number six for Chiefs is Reneilwe Letsholonyane, while number 31 is Willard Katsande.

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Article by: Ernest Fakude

Previous comments on this story...

Qude
posted: 11:51 pm
Fucken liar we will beat Pirates and Mbesuma and Miyeni will collide and those thing in Miyeni's mouth will fall out
Nrb Baloyi
posted: 11:58 pm
The inyanga is fake and lying.
GinoFeelo Balotelli
posted: 12:13 am
Kick Off iyas'dakela strong tonight.

Where hav u ever heard of an Inyanga having such a street/urban nickname I.e "Ty"?

#Enerst Fakude get Alcophyllex...drink d whole bottle and go to sleep manje#
Chincha Guluva
posted: 12:48 am
The male Tortoise (Rise) has spoken, mara ha eyo taba ya 2 - 2, let's wait for the last minute revelation of the score from the female Tortoise (Glory) this morning which I believe will be in the favour of the mighty Amakhosi = Orlando Pirates 0 - 3 Kaizer Chiefs
Mr Mogul
posted: 12:48 am
only God knows !
Lord Vincent
posted: 05:25 am
What is this rubbish! If this voodoo works then why has no African country ever reached the semi finals of the World Cup! Technical ability, systemic discipline and tactical execution and yes a bit of luck are what win you games not this rubbish. In that case should either team win then credit must go to these wizzards and not the players and technical team. Nxa this is hogwash
tebotouch
posted: 06:30 am
yooooh this inyanga has certainly smooked some of his bones before throwing them.

We all know the team that has brought an inyanga from outside '' katsande''.
number17
posted: 06:30 am
You right mbesuma,will score.you are wrong pirates will win.
djflasheero
posted: 06:44 am
dats nosence 3 - 1 dats d score amakhosi we wining ds 1
Tshintsha
posted: 06:44 am
How can THANDANI NTSHUMAYELO score if he will be polishing the bench?? The score is 4 goals for OPFC AND 1 tap in for Zebras!
JT-RiseKhosiRise
posted: 06:46 am
KickOff isele ipende there is no 2 - 2, only God know, U "Ty" yena i don't think he uses real bones maybe usebenzisa amathambo wekukhu "chicken"let's wait for the final whistle.
Mhlonitjhwa: Treble Champ kwesibili
posted: 06:56 am
Guys, dont ever undermine the power of Ty i personally know this guy and many so-called celebraties cant stop talking about the good work of this man, he know what he is talking about and i believe him.
BORN BUCCANEER..!!!
posted: 07:20 am
Let's wait and see... Once a Pirate ,always a Pirate! Since 1937 and still saying it.... Chiefs etla nyela masepa vandag
Anonymous
posted: 07:26 am
Katsande scoring a goal? GPY!
It is obvious the inyanga saw Pirates'Mbesuma and Ntshumayelo scoring. Abashwe!!!
Milutin Sredojević (HLABARINTO)
posted: 07:34 am
Mxm Kickoff do you call Nebo an inyang? Is a witch not inyanga that one...
Shamase
posted: 08:13 am
I’m a Chief’s supporter but come on now Kick Off this rubbish!
Pep Guardiola - Bucselona Strategist
posted: 08:32 am
"It's going to be a tightly contested game ... both teams
have spent a lot and brought in powerful muti for this
game,"
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Lol hehehehe, hay maan Ty you're killing me now tltltltltltl. So where in the article does it say that Chiefs have the upper hand?
Dj Lumeh (Treble Dj...)
posted: 08:32 am
What the f**k is idiot nyanga telling us, we all know hes the no.1 fan 4 chimps nx no story here pls mr Cowditor you need to pull up your socks
'Khosi by Nature
posted: 08:40 am
Mnc ! These Nyanga's are money makers... At the end of the day the individual players who are committed to the game and put man upstairs first will have good game.

RTG !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ikhosi Li Jabulile
posted: 08:44 am
Yabona kena, who needs Inyanga when the SUN is GOLD today!!!
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