She says the seven-headed snake then came out and upon seeing it at the base of the toilet, she screamed for help. Her husband, Constable Mfanzile Malaza, rushed to the toilet to see what was happening and indeed saw the snake. "He tried to kill it using a log but as he fought it, it hid inside the water and it was flushed away," she said during an interview at the government flat she shares with her husband.
The husband, when called at his workplace, also confirmed the incident and said he was shocked. "It was my first time seeing such a snake, a seven-headed one with glittering eyes. I tried to kill it but it hid inside the toilet so we decided to flush it," he said. Meanwhile, Tsabedze says life has become extremely difficult for her since she decided to stop worshipping the devil. She claims that every week, strange things happen to her.
In an almost weekly basis, she vomits litres and litres of blood, which is accompanied by live worms, fish (hake) and spiders. "Just a few days ago, I vomited live worms which I flushed in the toilet," she said. Tsabedze says she is now born again and wants out of devil-worshipping but it is difficult. She says she is being attacked by demons almost every night because they (demons) do not want her to leave the ‘underworld’.