Mhelethi Moyo, a resident of Irisvale Halt in Zimbabwe, said the Irisvale Clinic has been closed since Nov. 22, 2012 when four nurses fled following what they claimed were attacks from goblins, Newsday, Harare, Zimbabwe, reported in January.
Nurses at Irisvale Clinic in Umzingwane, Matabeleland South, reported attacks by suspected goblins and refuse to go back to work.
Villagers said the four nurses stationed at the health institution fled in Noevember following the mysterious attacks.
“The goblins have been a problem since last year,” said Mhelethi Moyo, a local villager.
“It is now closed and nurses have vowed not to come back. Last year we had to contribute some money to bring a traditionalist from Lower Gweru to cleanse the place, but the goblins are still there.”
The goblins are alleged to have sexually abused female nurses at night. Some of the nurses are reported to have sought refuge at Esigodini and Umzingwane clinics, according to Newsday.
Meanwhile, community leaders have reportedly organised an urgent January meeting to arrange another cleansing ceremony.
Provincial health officials could not be reached for comment.
In August 2012, 53-year-old Zhombe man and his family have reportedly fled their home after “money-spinning” goblins (zvikwambo) he acquired from South Africa allegedly started baying for his blood.
Headman Tichaona Mazonyanya confirmed the incident, saying the family had abandoned their eight-roomed house in the village last week.
“It is true that the man and his entire family left abruptly.
“Suspicion is that it was because of goblins that were demanding their blood. We are not aware where they went,” said the headman, who refused to comment further.
Neighbours told NewsDay yesterday that the man from Mazoya village under Chief Ntabeni went to South Africa in 2002 and got two goblins to enhance his riches.
He reportedly built houses in Bulawayo’s Pumula surburb, and bought a fleet of luxury vehicles and commuter omnibuses, among other properties, over a short period.
According to his neighbors, the man’s wealth started dissipating mysteriously.
The neighbors said the family disappeared without a trace last week.
One of them who claimed to be a traditional healer said the man once approached him to get rid of the “fiery beings”.
“He told me how he acquired the goblins from South Africa and asked me to help him dump them, but unfortunately I could not do that,” said the man who only identified himself as Chikombatasa.
Neighbors also claimed strange noises could be heard coming from the house and property thrown out by “invisible beings”. The man and his family are believed to be holed up at their other property in Bulawayo.
According to My Zimbabwe, a 22-year-old girl from Buhera is allegedly being raped by goblins locally known as zvikwambo. She says she has been raped by goblins for the past 13 years.
“When this sexual harassment is about to take place, my legs begin to shiver. They begin to go up and down then i start feeling dizzy. I would feel that I am being sexually harassed and immediately my privates get wet,” says Martha Gwedu (22) as she narrates her ordeal. She comes from Magamba, in Zangama, under Chief Nyashanu’s area of Buhera.
Martha, reports that she has been a victim of such a queer witchcraft-related experience for such a long time. The goblins sexually assault her even during the day, at any given time. She has since relocated from her parents homestead and is now residing with with her maternal grandmother, under Headman Matsakanure in Buhera.
Consulting traditional healers and members of the apostolic sect, popularly known as “maporofita”, have proved to be fruitless, she is still being sexually abused by the invisible “thokoloshis. Martha claims that she started experiencing this traumatic abuse in 1998 when she was staying with her uncle and to this very same day she is still being being enslaved by these evil-spirit-driven charms.
A goblin is a legendary evil or mischievous creature; a grotesquely evil or evil-like phantom.
They are attributed with various (sometimes conflicting) abilities, temperaments and appearances depending on the story and country of origin. In some cases, goblins have been classified as constantly annoying little creatures somewhat related to the brownie and gnome. They are usually depicted as small, sometimes only a few inches tall, sometimes the size of a dwarf. They also often are said to possess various magical abilities.They are also very greedy and love money.
According to Ju Ju For Dummies, in Zimbabwe, the popular newspapers are filled with advertisements for Juju practitioners – magicians – who sell the hope of romance, health, financial success and revenge.
Southern Africa’s goblins are known variously as Tokoloshi, Zvikwambo or Gilikango. They prefer to live alone by the river, though they sometimes share a den with a large water lizard. Some talented magicians claim to keep Tokoloshi as house slaves; the little goblins can’t leave until given a piece of clothing. Women suckle the beasts for money, or even marry the foul creatures. Tokoloshi on the loose enjoy preying on children, either by possession or plain harassment. Many schools are reportedly exorcised of the goblins each year.
Businessmen are willing to pay a huge price to get hold of one of the creatures. Tokoloshi are known to feed on human blood, and people keeping the little monsters expect to lose about one family member each year to the goblin’s appetite.
“Sometimes, the name Tokoloshi refers to a dwarf zombie,” the Web site Tokoloshi.tkexplains. “Apparently, such a zombie can be created after removing the eyes and tongue from a full-sized corpse.”
Sorcery is so important that African football teams have spent millions securing victory by hiring magicians and following occult rituals such as urinating all over an opponent’s field before the game, or even burying human and animal parts under the turf. It’s common to see a Juju amulet hanging from the necks of soccer stars.
In Zulu mythology, Tikoloshe, Tokoloshe or Hili (from the Xhosa word utyreeci ukujamaal) is a dwarf-like water sprite. It is considered a mischievous and evil spirit that can become invisible by swallowing a pebble. Tokoloshes are called upon by malevolent people to cause trouble for others. At its least harmful a tokoloshe can be used to scare children, but its power extends to causing illness and even death upon the victim. The way to get rid of him is to call in the n’anga (witch doctor), who has the power to banish him from the area.
In March of 2012 in Matobo, Zimbabwe, female staffers at Nathisa Clinic sought the assistance of Chief Malaki Masuku amid fears goblins were sexually molesting them at night, according to Newsday.
This was revealed by Chief Masuku to his subjects during his traditional court session at his home yesterday.
“There is an issue which is said to have been bothering some people here for the past five years, but I just heard of it recently,” the chief said.
“Nathisa Clinic authorities have approached and told me that female nurses are complaining over goblins that are sexually molesting them at night.”
The chief said the authorities told him the clinic was on the verge of closing down if the local traditional leadership and villagers did not take action as a matter of urgency.
“The female staff at the clinic claim they have sleepless nights and they are threatening to leave the clinic if nothing is done soon. After the clinic authorities approached me, I then approached the Zimbabwe National Traditional Healers’ Association (Zinatha) who said they would bring their members from Harare to deal with the crisis,” said Chief Masuku.
He said a Zinatha official would conduct the cleansing at a fee and it was incumbent upon the villagers to raise the funds.
In Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, a 62-year-old Gokwe man has come out in the open and claimed ownership of a goblin which has been terrorizing women in his village by taking off their panties at night while they were asleep.
The man, Mr Lameck Ncube of Village Charisekera, under Chief Njelele, made the startling revelations at a cleansing ceremony in the village in March of 2012, according to The Herald.
The cleansing ceremony, conducted by a n’anga from Hwange District in Matabeleland North and a prophet from an apostolic sect, was attended by Chief Njelele, hundreds of villagers and journalists from different media organizations.
Chief Njelele had invited the traditional healer commonly known as a tsikamutanda from Hwange District and the prophet in a bid to bring “peace” to his area after 26 women woke up recently and found themselves without panties. Chief Njelele had sought clearance from the police to have his area “cleansed” following the bizarre incident.
It also emerged during the cleansing ceremony that the mysterious goblin had been tormenting women in the villages since 2004. The ceremony was characterized by drama and chilly witchcraft stories as villagers took turns to stand before the n’anga and the prophet.
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