A Plumtree family in the Tokwana area of South Africa has deserted their homestead and fled the marauding goblin (actually locally referred to as a tokoloshe) which they lived with for the past seven years.

The owner of the homestead, Richard Ndlovu; his sister – Sithokozile Ndlovu; their mother only identified as Gogo NaNancy (Nancy’s mother) and three juveniles fled the homestead with nothing except the clothes they were putting on and sought safety in Plumtree town.

The reportedly bilingual goblin (speaks Kalanga and Ndebele) which introduced itself as Rah to the family started demanding human flesh in June 2009 and thereafter started reigning terror on the family after its request was turned down.

Sithokozile said they started co-habiting with Rah in 2003 but they lived with him in harmony.

“We have lived with the goblin for the past seven years but it was not violent at all,” she said.

Rah became violent in 2009 after his keepers denied him human flesh.

“One day June 2009, he woke up and said he was tired of goat meat and as such wanted human flesh. We asked him whose meat and Rah mentioned my name,” Sithokozile said with troubled voice and spirit.

Sithokozile’s mother, gogo NaNancy could not kill her daughter and the goblin was infuriated.

“I was not going to sacrifice myself for the goblin and my mother could not do the same. Rah got angry and started beating everyone in the family. We have never head peace since he demanded that I become part of his meal,” she said.

It is said that at times Rah would tie children onto a tree using jerseys and spend the whole day thrashing them with switch.

The family has since deserted the homestead and is seeking refuge in Plumtree town.

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