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9 Nov 2017
3:48 pm

‘Doom Prophet’ case postponed in Limpopo court

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He caused an outrage last year when photographs showing him spraying the insecticide on members of his church congregation went viral.

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The case against controversial Limpopo pastor Letheba Moncha Rabalego, charged with assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm after he sprayed his congregants with the insecticide Doom, was postponed in the Naboomspruit Magistrates’ Court on Thursday.

The so-called Doom Prophet caused an outrage last year when photographs showing him spraying the insecticide on members of his church congregation went viral on social media.

Rabalego claimed the insecticide could heal any ailments.

The Limpopo health department then approached the high court to interdict Rabalego from using the insecticide on humans. The interdict was granted in March this year.

The court postponed the case to December 11 for trial. Rabalego is out on a warning.

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