by Credo Mutwa, Credo Vusa'mazulu Mutwa, Virginia Nkagesang Rathele
A Woman of Four Paths—The Strange Story of a Black Woman in South Africa is an unusual struggle of a Black Woman in South Africa, as a domestic worker, as a female teacher, as a hospital nurse, and finally as a traditional healer.\nThe final chapters are written by Baba Credo Mutwa, African High Sanusi, healer, and author of more than 15 books on African culture, mythology, and healing. Included in this book is a fascinating tale of Two Deaths in Parrallel: Princess Diana and King Mushweshwe.\n
Virginia Nkagesang Rathele, is a highly respected traditional healer and sanusi. Who has been called to speak at many international conferences over the years. Virginia, was for many years in training with her co- author Credo Mutwa. Baba Credo a High Sanusi, has been a spiritual leader of many sangomas and traditional healers across Southern Africa, he is also the Guardian of the Tribal History and Tribal relics." Baba Mutwa is a direct descendant of an unbroken line of Zulu High Witch-doctors, and his great grandfather was the High Witch-doctor to the famous Zulu King, Dingane. Baba Credo is also an Artist and Visionary and together with Virginia Rathele—now his wife, are on a Quest to bring peace in South Africa, to keep the African History and Culture Alive! Credo Mutwa has authored many books some have been best sellers like "Indaba my Children" that are today still in circulation. Our Beloved Baba is of ripe age 85 this year. He has created many places of healing over the years and presently together with Virginia, have created a healing centre in Kuruman the homeland of his wife Virginia and place of the sacred spring "THE EYE—DIE OOG", the largest spring known in the southern Hemisphere. Baba Credo and Virginia have steered much of their collective Healing Energies and Knowledge into HIV and Aids, trying to teach and encourage both traditional and modern healers to not give up on traditional medicines and have been promoting Sutherlandia or the Cancer bush as a herbal remedy to assist the healing of HIV and Aids positive patients.
Paperback: 128 pages