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In a shocking move that has left many level-headed people dumbfounded, The South African Civil Aviation Authority has, with immediate effect banned all witches and wizards from flying above 125 metres on the South African air space.

The restriction comes after 3 witches mysteriously fell while flying naked on a broomstick in Limpopo last week.

In a statement, The South African Civil Aviation Authority said Witches and wizards flying broomsticks in South Africa above 125 metres will be subjected to arrest and will be forced to pay a hefty fine of R125,500.

Minister of transport in the cabinet, Joe Maswanganyi, said Witches' broomsticks are considered similar to any heavier-than-air transportation device that is airborne, hence the ministry through the civil aviation authority, has the legal obligation to control who flies on the South African Airspace, and up to what level.

Crazy News 24 has gathered that President Jacob Zuma on Friday signed a bill which has brought in a new law this week which demonstrates the country's very old way of thinking. The civil aviation authorities have put in place a fine for any witches caught flying above 125m on their broom sticks.

"Witchcraft is a big deal especially, in Limpopo province where 3 witches mysteriously fell while naked and flying on a broomstick. Imagine what would have happened had these witches beet flying too high, say at 3,000 metres above see level, such as the height at which a helicopter hovers," said a senior official in the ministry of transport.


Last year, an albino girl was shot in the back of the head by a Limpopo witch whilst bathing in a river with her mates, then decapitated. Witches believe albino blood and body parts are potent and powerful when used in potions.

Chairperson of the board of directors for the South African Civil Aviation Authority, Mr Smunda Mokoena, was said to be in a meeting when Crazy News 24 reached him for comment.

However a manager within the SACAA ranks who was only Identified as Ndebele said: "The mandate of the Aviation Security Division relates to the security of airports, air operators, cargo, the safe transportation of dangerous goods as well as the oversight of aviation security training organisations. In Civil Aviation, we have an Accident and Incident Investigation department, which investigates causes of airspace-related accidents and gives recommendations to the Minister of Transport for policy making purposes. After the Limpopo incident which took place towards end of April where witches fell from the sky, we deemed it fit to force all witches to fly below 125 metres. But still this height is still too high, we hope to reduce it to at least 50 metres above ground," he said.

Three years ago, Swaziland was the first to go this route when their Civil Aviation Authority banned all witches from flying above 150 metres. As if that was not enough, there was also a law legislated by the Swazi government called the Voter Registration Bill which makes it illegal for candidates to use witchcraft in political campaigns.








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