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'Stop parading African spirituality on social media' - experts on new online trends

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Traditionalists are criticizing young people who give details of their African callings on social media.
Traditionalists are criticizing young people who give details of their African callings on social media.
Mosidi Seretlo (Sharon)

Social media has content about everything, from gentle parenting, beauty and selfcare to religious information.

And now, it's filled with spiritual journeys. Young South Africans, including celebrities, have given more than a glimpse into what happens behind the scenes for those who have a calling. 

With TikTok videos, YouTube channels or Instagram lives, we get to see young traditional leaders as they accept their calling.

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