VICE heads to Cape Town to meet Cecil Begbie, a Methodist priest and exorcist, who believes he can expel demons from a murderer who claims he was possessed when he carried out the crime.
Behind the mysterious incidents of spirit sightings, mass fainting, and strange tics happening in schools across the globe.
A gallery of photographer Olivia Acland's latest work from Sierra Leone where she visited doctors that use a combination of black magic and herbal medicines to cure the sick.
In this excerpt from ‘VICE News meets Joseph Torner,’ the Tanzanian activist talks about the witchdoctor-motivated albino killings and reveals there are instances where family members have facilitated these murders.
VICE News traveled to Tanzania to meet with Josephat Torner, an albino activist who has dedicated his life to raising awareness and acceptance towards albinos in his country.
Africans with albinism can suffer alienating social stigma in their communities and, in some regions, a near-constant threat of violence.
A witch doctor told VICE News that his magical necklaces work just fine, as long as you avoid touching women while they’re on their period.
In Tanzania, traditional healers and witch doctors have long considered the body parts of people with albinism as being essential to their magical recipes. These practitioners of muti—or "medicine murder"—believe that their recipes heal the sick and...
In South Africa, they are balls deep in sangomas, or healers. For the most part these sangomas are legit herbalists. There are however a number of bad sangomas, known as baloyi, which are more like dark wizards.