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Title:'Give Me Water, Woman of Samaria'. The Pilgrimage of Southern African Blacks in the 1980's
Author:Becken, Hans-Jurgen
Year:1983
Periodical:Journal of Religion in Africa
Volume:14
Issue:2
Pages:115-129
Language:English
Geographic terms:Transkei
South Africa
Subjects:African Independent Churches
African religions
pilgrimages
faith healing
Religion and Witchcraft
Peoples of Africa (Ethnic Groups)
External link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/1581229.pdf
Abstract:Since the middle of the 1980s large groups of Blacks set out on pilgrimage to Cancele, a remote Transkei village. Object of the pilgrimage is a faith-healer, Mrs Nomapuleti Florah Ludlolo, an Anglican, who started healing other people, by water and prayer, after being healed herself by God from a serious disease. The author, who spent one day in Cancele (5 July 1982) describes in detail the ceremonies of that day. At the end he evaluates the pilgrimage. Notes.

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