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Traditional healer Dr Elliot Ndlovu calls on traditional healers to work in partnership with the Department of Health.
Traditional healer Dr Elliot Ndlovu calls on traditional healers to work in partnership with the Department of Health.

The traditional healing system can be a solution in healing many illnesses in the country and abroad.

These are the views of a Mooi River-based traditional healer, Dr Elliot Ndlovu, who has been practising as a healer for 20 years.

Ndlovu believes that traditional medicine has the potential to treat various illnesses. Dr Ndlovu is a farmer and a natural conservationist who believes in the preservation of indigenous knowledge.

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