Ntsobi’s book interprets witchcraft, dreams


Montlhalosi Ntsobi’s new book titled Thanolo Ya Ntlha Ya Ditoro reads like dark fiction but the author asserts that it is not. Thanolo Ya Ntlha Ya Ditoro, which literally means, the first interpretation of dreams, is a first of its kind Setswana book that promises to explain the meanings of people's dreams.

The author says he has been gifted with a rare skill of interpreting people's dreams, the skill he got from his mother Nkhabe Ntsobi, who was a legendary dreams interpreter.

Ntsobi, now 43-years-old, also says he began having deep dreams while he was still a child as early as four-years-old. He further reveals that even his child has been gifted with this family heirdom skill to interpret dreams.

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