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The Wall Street Journal: Some Africans Are Betting on World Cup Witchcraft

July 7th, 2010 · No Comments · Video

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Traditional diviners and herbalists in Johannesburg say fans of the South African soccer team have been coming to them in recent weeks for a competitive edge. WSJ’s Noah Rosenberg reports on witchcraft and the World Cup.


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