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WATCH: Massive snake sighted near Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula’s residence.

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WATCH: Massive snake sighted near Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula’s residence.

South Africans spotted a huge snake near Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula’s house this morning before she handed herself over to SAPS.

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South Africa’s parliament speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula is trending after social media users spotted a snake near her house on Thursday, 4 April morning.

SNAKE NEAR NOSIVIWE MAPISA NQAKULA’S HOUSE

South Africans spotted a huge snake near Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula home in a video shared by SABC news reporter Chriselda Lewis.

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Lewis reported on Thursday that the former Speaker of Parliament handed herself over to police at the Lyttelton police station in Tshwane.

The publication added that an Audi Q7 and a black BMW X5 arrived at the Lyttelton police station, transporting Mapisa-Nqakula.

Mapisa-Nqakula is facing corruption allegations after allegedly soliciting and receiving R2.3 million in bribes.

When social media users asked Lewis if she didn’t see the snake when she was reporting this morning, she said it was two houses away.

@Chriseldalewis: “I didn’t see it with my eyes, but something is moving in the video. ADT is here looking. It’s two houses away!”

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She also reveals on X that Mapisa-Nqakula’s neighbours have alerted security as the house where the snake was coming from is vacant.

[WATCH AT 00:26 NEAR BROWN WALL]

HUSBAND BLOCKS SEARCH FOR SEARCHING HER INDUMBA

Sunday World reports that commotion allegedly erupted between the police and Mapisa-Nqakula’s husband Charles Nqakula.

He tried to block them from searching her indumba (a sacred sangoma’s hut) during the raid at the couple’s residence this week.

A source revealed to the publication: “Those guys got into the house and searched everywhere but when they tried to move into the backyard, where the indumba for Nosiviwe is located. The old man blocked the door telling the cops that they were not pure enough to set their foot in the room.”

National Prosecuting Authority’s Investigating Directorate reportedly swooped on Mapisa-Nqakula’s home in Johannesburg. They were looking to seize incriminating documents and items believed to be proceeds of crime.

The is followed by Nombasa Ntsondwa-Ndhlovu’s claims that she paid Mapisa-Nqakula R2.3 million in bribes when she was minister of defence.

SOUTH AFRICANS SHOCKED BY VIDEO

SABC sportscaster @XoliswaZondo asked: “Chriselda is that a snake? It’s so long hayibo (25-second mark).”

@Hadja_Safadja said: “I’m not sure but that speed is not for a python, pythons are lazy movers.”

@lorrenzom: “It’s bringing back the money it collected last night.”

@love22pure: “If it wasn’t for this comment, I wouldn’t have noticed it. But dang that’s a huge snake. It was lying low waiting for the commotion to die down. Also, the person taking the video. How did they not spot it or freak out?”

@Yolly16680: “I hope the owners of that house have been alerted because yhoo that thing is huge. It would swallow a baby that one, even the dogs and cats are not safe.”

@Botshelo4Life: “And the bird chilling there on the driver way next to the snake after the Mazda passes was not there when the Audi passed. Normally birds spot snakes and make noise that one he chilling.”

 

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