Biography 01: Introduction

I was born in Zululand on the 21st July 1921 according to my father. When my father met my mother, he had just lost his wife and a number of children in a terrible influenza epidemic, which had spread through Southern Africa, killing thousands of people in the years 1918 and 1919. Thus my father was a widower with three surviving children.When my parents met it was in the year 1920, and my father was a builder and a Christian, and my mother was a young Zulu girl who practiced the ancient religion of the Zulu people. I am told that my parents were deeply in love with each other and wanted to get married, but the white missionaries forbade my father from marrying my mother until she became a Christian.

My mother’s father was a crusty old warrior who had taken part in the bitter wars that the Zulus had fought against the English, and he coldly refused to allow his daughter to come under the yoke of what he called the “religion of our enemies.” “I cannot allow my child to become a Christian,” my grandfather was said to have said,” These Christians are a race of thieves, of liars, and murderers, who stole our country from us at sword point and at gunpoint. I would rather die than see a Christ worshipping Christian within the stockade of my village. Never!

Caught between Catholic missionaries on one hand, and a stubborn old Zulu warrior on the other, my mother and father had no choice but to separate. Although my father already suspected that my mother was pregnant. A great scandal broke out in my grandfather’s village when my mother’s pregnancy was discovered. My grandfather chased my mother out of his homestead and she was taken by one of her aunts to her own village and there she gave birth to me, an illegitimate child, a child of shame. In those days there was no greater shame among the Zulus than for a girl to give birth out of wedlock. A great stigma was attached to this thing. After a time however, my grandfather allowed my mother -whom he loved dearly to return, back to his village and he insisted that she was not to see my father again.

It so happened that when I was about a year old, a younger brother of my fathers, who had heard about my birth come up from the Natal South Coast to my mothers village and asked my grandfathers permission to take me away, permission that my grandfather angrily granted. “Remove this disgrace from my home, Christian fellow!” he said to my fathers brother, “And tell your brother that if I ever set eyes on him, I will make him suffer bitterly for what he did to my daughter. I will seize him and kill him very slowly indeed. Tell him that.” I was taken to my father’s home in the South of Natal, on the northern bank of the Umkumazi River, and there I grew up. And it was while growing up that it was discovered that I was something of a visionary and a prophet. A talent, which together with an artistic inclination, to draw and to sculpt, the woman who now brought me up, my fathers new wife, did her uttermost to suppress.

I did not attend school until I was well within my 14th year of life. And because my family now kept on travelling, as a result of my fathers building profession, which took him from town to town, we became a family of travellers, who never stayed long in one place.

In 1935, my father found a job, a major building job, in the Transvaal and he brought us all from Natal to join him where he was building. I attended school on and off in different schools, and then, in 1937 I went through great shock and trauma, when I was seized and sodomized by a gang of mineworkers outside a mine compound. This caused me to be ill for a long time.

And although I was taken to white doctors, I could find no help until my fathers brother, the same one who had taken me away from my maternal grandfather decided to take me back to my mothers village in the hope that I would find help there. And I did. My grandfather, a man whom my father despised as a heathen and a demon worshipper helped me and brought me back to health, where Christian doctors had failed. I, still a Christian and a confessing catholic, had not believed at all that my grandfather would be able to help me. And I was greatly surprised when he did, and I began to wonder were not the missionaries wrong when they called people such as my grandfather ungodly heathens. If my grandfather had been a stupid heathen savage, as white missionaries loved to call people like him, how is it that he had been able to help me?

It was here that I began to question many things that I never questioned before. Where our ancestors really the savages that quiet missionaries would have us believe they were? Were we Africans really a race of primitives who possessed no knowledge at all before the white man came to Africa? These and many, many other questions began to haunt my mind. And then one day when he was sure that I was fully returned to health, my grandfather told me that the illness that had been troubling me for so long, had actually been a sacred illness which required that I had to become a shaman, a healer. And when the old man said this to me, I readily agreed to undergo initiation at the hands of one of my grandfather’s daughters, a young sangoma named Myrna.

When they heard that I had become a sangoma, both my father and my stepmother, told my maternal uncle that I was never to set foot in their home again. And so I found myself on my own, a youth without a home, without family and so I began travelling. First I went to Swaziland and then the land of the Basotho, and I developed a wanderlust that was to be with me until today. I was not travelling for enjoyment, however I was travelling for knowledge, in search of clarity of mind and in search of the truth about my people.

Sometimes I would find jobs for a few months and then move on. Sometimes I found myself travelling with missionaries, the very people in whom I no longer believed. Sometimes I found myself travelling with miners, returning home from the Johannesburg gold mines. I came into contact with men and women of countries that I had not known about before. I learned things that I had not known about before. I experienced things, which only those that walk the path of the healer in Africa experience.

If a strange thing was happening in the place that I happened to be, I became one of those who were summoned to that place to help using Africa’s ancient wisdom and knowledge in that situation. I found myself amongst amazing and strange people. I found myself amongst men and women, possessing knowledge that was already ancient when the man Jesus Christ was born. I heard stories from the lips of storytellers that went back to the remotest of the remote times. Stories that very few had ever heard before.

As the years past, I became filled with a fanatical obsession; I realized how rapidly Africa was changing. I realized to my shock and sorrow that the culture of my people, a culture that I had thought immortal, was actually dying. Very, very soon the Africa that I knew would become a forgotten thing. A thing of the past and I decided to try and preserve somehow, what I could of my people’s culture. How was I to do that? Friends advised me to write books. One friend advised me to build living museums in which I would preserve the dying culture of my people, and I struggled very hard to bring these things about. I wrote books, and I tried to borrow money from banks and organizations supposedly established to help black people who wanted to establish businesses.

Again and again, I was disappointed until, after long years of struggle. In 1975 I succeeded in obtaining permission and funds to build the first living museum, for the preservation of my people’s knowledge, religion and culture, in the centre of Soweto. Many black people misunderstood the purpose of my having built this living museum. They falsely accused me of cooperating with the apartheid regime and of quote-“glamorising the Soweto ghetto.”

But I did not see myself as a politician, I saw myself as a healer, whose duty it was to preserve the greatness of his people, regardless of which government happened to be in power in South Africa. I saw myself as a healer whose purpose it was to create job opportunities for my starving people in Soweto, regardless of whether we were ruled by the apartheid regime or the A.N.C government. I believed firmly that knowledge was about politics and that a race that did not know its true greatness, will never obtain full freedom. And I was saddened by the fact that out people were making huge sacrifices, fighting for freedom when they did not know their full greatness. I said to my now late wife, Cecilia, and myself that if our people gain freedom under these circumstances, that freedom would be an illusion and a fraud.

Years of careful investigation had taught me the European powers that had colonized Africa had done more than just beat our people into submission with artillery and rifles. They had done more than simply sown confusion amongst our people by introducing many conflicting versions of the Christian religion amongst the people. They had deliberately so brain washed our people, that Africans had lost all self-knowledge, self-love, self-respect, self-pride and self-dependency. If you rob a people of all these things you turn them into a race of robots, forever dependent upon you. And even if you stood up and walked away from these people, and said tot them that you were giving them back their freedom, they would stand up and follow you wherever you are going for their minds were still your slaves even though their bodies were now free of your chains.

I believed then as I believe now, that the African has never really gained freedom and independence. Which is why our people have not been able to achieve what nations such as India and the tiger Nations of South East Asia, which were once also colonized by the white people as we were, have today achieved. For example today India is a nuclear power feared and respected by all nations on earth. India is admired for its great culture and its ancient religious philosophies as well as its other philosophies. While Africa is a downtrodden casualty of history forever dependent like a whipped slave upon her former oppressors.

This breaks my heart as a black man, I who, over many years of travelling through my motherland, have discovered that there was a time when we, the black people now held in contempt by many races were once masters of the world. When we, now derided as a nation of savages incapable of ruling itself were once the tutors of the early world, I feel great bitterness, when I see how far we have been made to fall. We whose sons and daughters once walked tall in the Americas, not as slaves but rather as civilizes and rulers. I wept when I found out that we were once the founders of some of the world’s oldest civilizations. We were there in Sumeria, we were there in India, we founded great kingdoms in Cambodia, and the first man to be saluted as emperor of China was one of us, a son of Africa, a black man. Buddha was a black man from Africa, his earliest statues confirm this. Krishna was a black warrior. The goddess Kali, is depicted as an African woman. Even the bible states that Nimrod was a great man in the eyes of the Lord and he was the father of Cush, who founded the great cushite nation. I weep even now when I see Africans slaughter each other in the streets of South Africa, now supposedly a free nation. I weep even now when my people hunger and suffer in the veld in South Africa. I weep even now when Euro centric education is being fed to our children. Fed in order to make them Afrofobes, creatures that hate and despise their motherland, which look down in contempt upon their own people, because this is what all European educated black people do. They despise Africa and all she stands for. And they are in contempt of the culture of her people. They are still even now doing the colonialists dirty work for them, because if you want to destroy the culture of a nation, you must brainwash the youth of that nation and make them do your dirty work for you.

There is not a single university in Africa, even now which teaches our people the truth about themselves. There is not a single school in South Africa even now which teaches our people about what it means to be an African. Our children who will stone a Sangoma to death, who will burn an Inyanga to death with a petrol soaked car tire even now, do not know, and were never taught that Africans were once kings of the Americas. They were founders of the amazing Olmec Civilization, whose breath taking relics craved in eternal stone still amaze visitors in museums to this day.

Our children who would gladly spit at the face of a sangoma, who hate the traditional dress of their people, would gladly put on a highland kilt, not knowing that amongst the founders of the Scottish nation were black men and woman and that the surnames of some of these Scotsmen, confirm this. Sholto-Douglas, what does this word mean? What does this Surname mean? Sholto- Douglas. It means Behold the black man. Black knights once fought for the kings of Scotland, and the Danish people who are fraudulently represented in the history books as blond and pink skinned Nordics, had large numbers of black men in their ranks. When Alfred slaughtered the Danes, in England so many years ago, amongst the warriors that he slew were dark skinned men, whose ancestors had come to Denmark from Africa thousands of years before. All these truths are hidden from our children.

Our political leaders, fail to create United Nations in Africa. Our political leaders live on a razors edge in Africa everywhere. They sit on shaky thrones from which they can get kicked off by any armed thug carrying the rank of colonel or general. Why? Because you can never build a viable nation on the cesspit of self-ignorance and self-despite. I have seen many African leaders at first sight, I have spoken to some of these men and all of them have one thing in common, they are simply white men in black skins. And this is why they fail again and again to create a peaceful, progressing and prosperous Africa. They are still slaves of their long departed colonial masters. Look at what is happening in South Africa now. Look at the confusion and the crime, the disunity and the epidemic political killings. What do all these things tell you? That our people lack self-pride and self-knowledge and therefore can never be politically united ever.

I have suffered in the cause of my battle against shadows. When you are fighting against ignorance you suffer just as much as you if you were on a battlefield under gun fire. I have lost people I love; I have lost a woman I love years ago in 1960 to the guns of the white man. To the guns of the oppressive regime In was falsely accused of being a supporter of. I lost a son, my first-born son, Innocent, to the knives of black activists, murdering people under the banner of the mass democratic movement. I came close to losing another son to the spears of the Inkatha freedom party, God have mercy upon us! I have been cheated by whites who took advantage of my ignorance and stupidity and who robbed me of millions of rands of money I made out of my books. Even as I am talking to you now there is a white woman, who deceived me into signing away everything that I wrote, everything that I painted, and everything that I sculpted. I have suffered, and am still suffering. Even now there are white men that have set my own children, my sons against me. A born again Christian preacher of lies brain washed my daughters mind and stole her away from me, saying, you must not talk to your father , he is a devil worshipper.

I am not seeking anybodies sympathy when I am telling you this; I just want you all to know who and what Credo Mutwa is. I am one of the scums of this earth, a creature dejected and ridiculed by university professors. Professors who later came sneaking into my home seeking the very information that they ridiculed me for revealing. I am a black man who has every reason to be bitter and angry. But somehow I cannot get myself to be angry. You cannot be angry at the ignorant. You cannot but pity the self-destructive.

Many years ago I was fortunate enough to find a woman who loved me, a woman who became my wife and the mother of my seven children. This woman was a strong and godly woman whose quietness, hid a person of steel, this woman gave up drinking, gave up dependence on alcohol out of the love of her children, and of love of fool and the cretin that she married. Today I stand alone, a man rejected by the world. A widower who lost his wife a few months ago under extremely sinister circumstances. My wife went to hospital supposedly suffering from cancer of the uterus, while I was away, and x-rays showed a strange metal device inside her womb. Nobody knows what this device was. Nobody knows how it had got into my wife’s uterus, but before my wife passed away, I received a threatening letter warning me not to talk to a man named David Icke or else my wife would die. I did not take that warning seriously, and my wife died within two weeks after I had received it. I have every reason to be angry with the frot that is called western civilization. I have every reason to be angry with the various foreign religions that enslave our peoples minds and blinker their vision. I have every reason to be angry with education systems that rob our people of their true worth, of the truth about themselves. This is my friends is Credo Mutwa.

I am a sculptor, who has created large sculptures in various parts of South Africa. I am a painter who has painted pictures that were afterwards stolen from him, by exploiters. I am the writer of books, whose books fill the pockets of others with money, and nit his own. That is Credo Mutwa. I have used the knowledge that I acquired over many years of investigation and travel, I have used that knowledge to create job opportunities for my starving people. The villages that I built in Soweto, and which were destroyed by misguided youths. The villages that I built in Mafekeng, and the village and the statues that I built in the Eastern Cape, placed bread in the hands of my starving fellow South Africans. I made jobs where there are none. I made livings for my people where there had been none. I believe that a truly democratic country, is a country that uses the spiritual talents and the heritage of its people to feed the hungry and clothe the naked. But what has been my reward? I have been scorned; demonise lied about by conspirators, who delight in setting black against black, by gullible blacks that swallow any garbage white newspapers feed them. If you speak about the international conspires, that is the government behind many countries governments, people laugh at you for a fourteen carrot lunatic, but there is such a thing and it is ruining my people even now. The Aids epidemic which will soon wipe out great tribes, such as the Zulus, my people, is no accident, neither is the flood of drugs that is sweeping over this once beautiful country. The soaring crime wave is no accident. The epidemic of political killings which are almost a daily occurrence in some parts of South Africa is no accident either. All these things are planned by someone and carried out by someone on behalf of that someone.

They tell us that the high incidence of rape in South Africa is a macho thing. Rubbish! It is deliberate, it is planned, and most of the woman that is raped in South Africa is raped for black magical purposes. Children who disappear; where do they disappear to? In South Africa today, criminals have got more rights than law-abiding citizens. A criminal will kill your father, in the morning, be arrested in the afternoon and be released on bail on the following morning to come back and kill you who helped the police to put him behind bars. Today in South Africa, as in Prohibition era, America, the distinction between the police and the criminals is getting dimmer and dimmer by the day. And all this is no accident.

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  • Kanti

    Why is the history of our people of Africa such a voodo that no one i willing to talk about. i urge that you keep up and let the people know about the great works of our ancerstors and people like Elder Credo

  • GingerBronze

    First, it is an honor and privilege to read about Mr. Credo Mutwa. He has given me validation/confirmation in my experiences and existence as an african american in the U.S. We are aware that we have/are continually being brainwashed. The global social scientists continue to do amazing things. I’ve always known that this wasn’t by accident. It is contrived and by design. I also know that I carry the black gene, a copy of the original carbon seed, that flourished the first human families on this planet. That speaks volumes to who we are. I do not take that for granted nor do I have illusions of grandeur about ancient civilizations in the past. It is what it is. I cannot and will not deny what connects me physically, mentally and spiritually to the indigenous peoples of this planet.

    Thank you, Mr. Ramon Thomas, for sharing this website with us.

  • Ash-Leigh

    Feeding.Im greatful a man of his calibre exists in this time &age.His purpose precedes his coming,& we appreciate his life,& the change he triggers for the positive.LIFE SOUND & KALA ALIVE in we read,learn,grow &flourish

  • mitch

    Mr. Mutwa has made some astonishing claims. Is there any evidence for what he says, for example, about the establishment of Scottish civilization by Black Africans?

  • Sareena Jones

    Peace Elder! Im so honored to have found information on you. Elder, I have been having for
    a long time dreams of life forms or aliens. I dreamed that I was being held by aliens and and have walked underwater with them. Underwater, I witnessed a spaceship passing by me, with bright lights shinning through the windows. Sir I dream aall the time. I wish there was somehow, that you could help me. I fill like there something going tto happen soon, that would ultimately change
    people in the world. If you or someone with information could contact me. I would appreciate it. MY dreams are very vivid.

    Peace Elder,


    • santorini

      i think 2012 is what is going to happen. Not the end of the world but a cleansing rather, a rebirth and the end for those who have been rulling the world and creating the chaus Mr.Mutwa talks about. Your dreams are probably things that actually happened to you. there are a lot of things outhere that we dont know about so many things kept from us, that we have to question if it is by accident or by design. i believe we are kept in blessed ignorance. keep on believing int the change, and in your capacity to make a difference. check out the man Mr.Mutwa was told not to talk to and other youtube videos related to new world order, the illuminati, the bilderberg group and follow other links from them. listen to you inner voice to tell which are fiction and which are true. all the best

    • Zenea

      Go to a site called Mastering Alchemy by Jim Self there is a great deal of free webinars and information on the shift that is coming. It talks about what we are feeling and how we can prepare spiritually. It is very good, I hope this helps. On you tube look up Drunvalo Melchezidek
      I am not sure the last name spelling is correct he also has a lot of good information about the change humanity is getting ready to go through.

  • Ron Bates

    From the first time I heard of Credo Mutwa, he validated my thoughts about the blantant lies I was taught, but quietly rejected, about not only American History, but World History. I always knew there was something very strange about a history that excludes basically one race. I wondered why? What were they hidding? Why are they so afraid to be truthful? As the North American Indians used to say, “Nothing stays buring forever.” I hope you are around for the year, 2012. Take care!

  • aradia

    baba we are blessed that you walked the hills and valleys of africa and thank you for teaching me to be a better healer…may you be blessed for all eternity.

  • im greatefull to read such a life time story it also touches me because i was in tourisim and one day one lady from overseas told me he if its possible for me to take her to your museum in soweto as a result it was also my firstime going there but yet i have leaved in soweto for many years .i would like to hear from you.stay good and wise

  • Ananda



  • Baba thank ur insight, it is an honor to have you around. I just hope i-youth, especially yase South Africa, can take heed of your teachings, warnings, observations that “if you want to destroy the culture of a nation, you must brainwash the youth of that nation and make them do your dirty work for you”. That whether we like it or not we come from the bloodline of Kings and Queens, and as such, this carries a lot of responsibilities. Thank you for being a father, a healer, a voice of wisdom and high moral ground, we sure do need that during our lifetime

  • Cosmic knowledge is reverberating in the souls of humans in an extremely vibrant way these days i have felt it and as much as we are challenged by these outer forces of the inner self. We have become a great threat to these Power seeking Beings as few as we are,but we must be more vigilant and dedicated to our course.Baba you are a pillar of Knowledge and wisdom to us youth who must pass on this torch of hope to forth coming generations. Your sufferings bares witness to the greatness of your works..All those who read and understand this i say “THE TRUE WORK HAS JUST BEGUN>>>>WITHIN”

  • Sydney

    Dearest, dearest, beautiful soul, Credo, please know you are not alone and that you are so loved and respected. I only have three words, from my heart and soul to say to you, I LOVE YOU!

  • Booysen

    Credo, can you shed some light as to weather Mbeki is involved in the death of CHRIS Hani?

  • horus

    blessing and elevation to your ancestor who guide you baba credo.iam sad to say what you say is the sadest of all sadest but the truth.i hear hower ancestor crying for hower return to them we as a people are cut off from them because we have been taught to reject them .even i have been rejected by alot of family memeber and friends because of my belief ,but iam not stupid i will not give up the old ways to give the old ways up would be giving up who iam .we all know the time is coming where the big change is coming ,and there trying to cut us off to the knowledge of who we are so we wont be aware and take iam postion back …but the light is to strong, the light created all of us .i love your soul keep up the good work

  • Dinnie

    I wish that I could be of some help to you. Your story is one of true bravery and courage. If only humans could join together as one people. However, governments strive to keep us apart. I have only just begun my training as a natural healer here. I have only just been introduced to the forces at work here. It is a great mystery and very secret here – so much so that I cannot speak of it. Just know that my spirit is with you. Even if we don’t share the same blood, we do share the same spirit. We are all part of the same spiritual family. Blessings to you.

  • Bhekithemba Dlamini


    Ngivumele, ngisebenzise ulimi lwabo ukuze nami bangizwe. Nkudala ngibuza abantu ukuthi ngempela umlando wakithi oshomaphi, sawubulala kangaka kwenzenjani? Its time to talk about the past, our beautiful African culture and the gifts we have.



  • ThunderBird

    Thank You for returning to assist those who are in search.
    Please contact me if you have the the time.

  • Noni

    This biography was a great read.
    I always wondered why it was and still is so difficult to find information on our own people.
    It is difficult for one to find African books, written by Africans for Africans. I would love to get to know my mother tongue, don’t get me wrong, I can speak it, I can read it, I can write it. Our languages are more than the 3rd language class of language that we were taught at school.
    I would love to be able to recite poetry in my mother tongue. I would love to explore where our people come from and not just get the history from an un-ethinic person, who tells what your history is. Thank you very much for instilling faith in the black beautiful being.

    Our quest should be this: How do we reverse the mindset that was engraved in our people and make them see the quality, humulity and love that they possess, not just towards another being, but towards themselves?

  • ntate MUTWA,a badimo ba afrika ba nne le wena,otsweletse tiro e ntle e o e dirang.CAN YOU PLEASE HELP ME FORSEE MY FUTURE.

  • Dr Otsile Ntsoane

    May the incredible Credo Mutwa be the legacy that will be uncover when poet has stopped writing. How do I praise this hyena that traversed the lands and live a hermite life in the land of plenty. I salute all who are opening up to be part of the great knowledge that Baba has for the past 50 years tried to make available to us. May all those who will read his works open up to the world beyond galaxies and know that we are not the only people on earth and our planet is just one with a growing civilization, out there lives people with great ideas , they want to help us.But we are too preoccupied with our own stupidity based on western education and own ignorance of the self. Let Baba’s words be carried by truth lovers. i did since 1989 and I am greatful. Pula Vusamazulu Pula.

  • Goitsemang Mahlangu

    Baba u Mutwa, what an incredible person you are and to have read about you has made me question what we call our religion some call it culture and all that. You have insight to a lot of wisdom and you call us blessed to have had two great men in our history that you match up to Moses and Aaron “ A Moses – Mandela – has brought us to the promised land. Its now up to Aaron – Mbeki – to lead us forward. That’s all I am prepared to say “ Drum 1 July 1999 page 12 and 13 But in actual fact your are the great man to have leaved in our times too and have had an impact on the way we see things.
    In these time that we are facing in our country to know that somebody predicted this years back is so scary, I really wish you could impact your wisdom and show us the way on how to deal with these problems we are faced with. I think your wisdom would be greet right about now.
    I really put my hat down and salute you Baba Mutwa

  • Fanyana Maseko


    I greet you with great respect and hope that you will able to help me with the history of Swazi monarchy cause we believe that Maseko people are the rightful kings of Swaziland not Sobhuza(Dlamini).
    contact numbers 0729990439

    Fanyana Maseko

  • I met with you Credo Mutwa on my birthday in February of 1994. Our meeting changed my life. You taught me many things about releasing troubles. You laughed and called my worries my “Blue Funk.” These words helped me release bad feelings that had been bothering me a very long time. You channeled Hebrew prayers the moment I entered your hut. You and two female Sangomas chanted the sacred prayer, Kadish which praises G-d at the time of the death of a loved on in the Jewish Tradition. I had not told you a word about my ancestors. You simply sensed them.

    I told you nothing about my profession as a counselor yet you told me that my wife and I were destined to heal trauma, the trauma of people and families that had arisen from abuse. abuse within families that stemmed from the abuse of nations upon people. You advised me to build a red round room underground, and to use it for the purpose of healing. This advice I have not yet followed, but I have studied many methods of releasing trauma including EMDR: Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing. This method has helped me clear the deepest traumas in people almost instantly, and I see it as a consciousness raising gift to humanity. It helps people clear traum, enjoy their lives, and follow their true paths on the planet.

    I honor you Credo Mutwa, your life, your contribution, and all the gifts you bestowed upon me and my wife in our meeting.

    Your love and wisdom have impacted me greatly and I thank you.

    With love and light,

    May the love we share heal us all.

    Dino Paris MA
    Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
    Portland OR
    503 528 4441

  • xola

    Ndithi andinamazwi ngaphandle kokuthi enkosi ngokusityilela.

  • roshea havel

    Never stop talking out dear friend you are a light in the darkness . I am so blessed to have known your beliefs I am partially disabled but am planning a journey to see you, if I am blessed enough.



      I am a young guy in south africa and totaly agree with what the old man is saying about crime and criminals in south africa. my star is lion and lpease credo just tell me how my life will be from now till death, am I gonna remain married for ever divorce or what and AM i GONNA GET JOB?

  • Wiseman Mkhawana

    Where can I find or buy your books? I would love to learn more from you. Please contact me via e-mail

  • nomsa

    Baba Mutwa
    I salute and respoect you, we are a lost nation – africans without an identity, i need help i seem not to have a direction regarding my initiation, i had a call but i dont know what to do


  • Kheswa

    Where can i find or buy yo books Baba Mutwa? I real need them im in jo’burg my email oh! Baba Mutwa u were born on 21 july? I was also born on that date.

  • mpho litha


    Words can’t begin to express my sincere gratitude for your life,passion,undying love and energy to shed light and knowlegde to a people that have no idea of the significant power you possess!Thank you for taking the time to compile this eye opening,confidence boosting biography.Get well! I am interested in starting an African language “heritage” academy that will teach children about our roots.I believe the knowledge that you have should be can I reach you?Mpho Litha

  • Mojaki

    Ntate It is not less than an honour and priviledge to read about your autobiography..I like to sing an old song ithi..ingane ya malome ithi a ikwazi ku khuluma yi khuluma isilungu phela ngabe ezale kwa balungi na? sorry about the spelling, ke motswana..Ke ya leboga.

  • I love u father, i wish that u can leave forever.

  • arja

    Recently I returned from West-Africa, it was my third visit. Staying amongst my black friends we had long conversations. I said them: Seems to me Africa gets crossed on every field. There might be forces in this world forbidding you to develop because they are afraid of your collective knowledge. I wondered: why? and how come….?
    The answer is given by this very brave man Credo Mutwa. Reading his testimonials makes me cry because it is the recognition of my soul of The Truth.
    Dear Mr Credo, Braveheart, I will spread your messages in respect.
    Be blessed, Arja

  • Skhona Khumalo

    Bab’ Mutwa

    Ngyethemb’ ukuthi lomyalezo uzokthinta. Kade ngangfis’ ukhlangana nomunt’ onjengawe, onolwaz olvelele ngezimpande zosiko lwabatntu. Ngibheka phansi naphezulu imniningwane yakho, khona sizohlala sixoxe. Ngyaz’ ukuthi uwumunt’ obaluleke kakhulu ezimpilweni zethu, eskhula eskhathini samanje, sokuxakeka ingqondo. Ngifisa ukwazi ngoksuka komzilikazi, omashobane, omntungwa… omawela abawela izambezi ngezikhali.. abahlubuk’ edlunkulu yakwa zulu, benyuka nezwe…kthiwa inkosi ayiqedwa… ngicela uphendule baba, imningwane ngiyishiyile… ngyabonga

  • toywasi

    Credo Mutwa got bummed. I think he liked it.

  • munashisa

    Credo the Chitauri that you and Icke speak of , i know of these ppl but not on the physical level .when i was younger i had vivid dreams and experiences with these chitauri ,but in my dreams and inbetween dream states they were a yellowish white in colour with elongated cruel faces . these experiences started when i used to practise the black arts when i was young arrogant and foolish .Pls contact if u are interested in my account – hope you are well


    Baba Credo you are a respected man what u have is a gift to the nation.You have predicted so many things that come into pass,i believe that you can make a difference to the life of the confused youngstar like me,i have so many unsolved questions about my future and u can be the answer.
    Been searching for answerers none i have ever get from anyone, PLEASE JUST SAVE MY LIFE LET ME KNOW MY TOMMORROW COZ I`M CONFUSED-FREE TO CONTACT ME

  • May The Power of Love & Goodness invade the hearts of MAN, that he may know the TRUE Knowledge of his PAST. May you, VUSAMAZULU, THE HEALER AND KEEPER OF THE KNOWLEDGE be forever protected from the EVIL of MAN…for MAN has sowen his seed of EVIL and the time of the REAPING is near.

    Stay strong Credo Mutwa we need your guidance….

  • Mzwandile Khumalo

    Baba, Mutwa. Njengi mfwethu lo wase maNtungweni ngifisa ukwazi kabanzi ngomlando wamaNtungwa. Ngyabonga

  • adriana

    Dear Mr.credo,

    I am adriana, I just started listenning to interviews of you & Mr.Icke. I am speechless!! I feel that your efforts and struggle to preserve and care for your countrys past real history will not be ignored. I am from mexico but if there is something I can help you with, please let me know re-telling the story of AFRICA the real story to all AFRICAS YOUTH IN & OUT Of AFRICA HERSELF WOULD EMPOWER MANY! SOMETIMES OUR LACK OF INFORMATION OF OUR ANCESTOR LEAVES US, AS ORPHANS WITHOUT A HOME & WORST WITHOUT OUR MOTHER!! THE WAY YOU TALK ABOUT YOUR COUNTRY MR.CREDO LEFT ME FEELING VERY ALIVE AND WANT TO HELP YOU, PLEASE LET ME KNOW HOW AS YOUR SISTER I CAN BE OF HELP, I BLESS ALL YOUR AEFFORTS & BLESS YOU MR. CREDO MUTWA.

  • senakane

    Thokoza Baba Mutwa, you are projecting a part of nature’s beauty to the world,like the rain, sun ,wind,vegetation ect.May the God of the universe be with you.We admire you

  • Amahne

    Credo, You have changed my life, After watching the video with you and Mr.Icke, I am not the same at all. In fact, I am a bit frightened at the enlightment process I am going through. I want to thank you for helping me complete the chapter of mysteries in my life and this world. Anything I can do to help your cause, I am willing to help in any way that I can.


  • charles mathebula

    my name is makhawukani , all i wanted to say i have dreamt mkhulu mutwa twice already. i am currently undergoing ukutwasa and this is my firth month. i really would like to know if there is a connection between us or it was just a dream. in this dream you were giving me a particular herb, which you said i should heal people with once i am done with my spiritual journey. By the makhawukani is my spiritual name.

  • Tim Philip

    Dear Credo, Thankyou for sharing your pain and your agony. Believe it when I say, I a white African, born in Zimbabwe (Yes with blue eyes too)relate with your story much more than you could believe. We are all pawns to the glamour of owning the world. I thought it was only white people. It is all people. This hierachy of greed and the desire to control all the people, the world press and this stupid education system has made the people of the world like little rats. we scurry around trying to make enough to get food and are not ashamed when we are caught lying or stealing or killing for our greed. You, Credo have writen such a beautiful story of stuggle, a story that captures our truth as we have all experienced this thing you so beautifully describe. David Icke was the first to document the horrors of the controls we are subjected to by the “powers that be”. Perhaps 2009/2010 in the time that we the people will rise up in a world-wide revolution that will take back control of the world as we know it today. The children being born at this time do not accept the junk we have grown up with. We will support and nourish their expectations of us. Our suffering has not be to no avail, it has helped the process of awalening and now the first time in centuries we are ready to revolt. Ready to claim earth as our plant, not “theirs”! Be prepared Credo your help will be called upon. All our help will be needed for this revolution. Long live the revolution!

    Regards and respect, Timothy

  • Hi everyone

    I trust that you and your families are happy and well.

    I had the good fortune of meeting Dr Mutwa in 2000 while I stayed at the Nan Hua Buddhist monastery in Bronkhorstspruit. I hope he is well as he wasn’t feeling so good when we were there to visit him.

    I remember what he told my friend who came with me, at that time he was a Buddhist novice monk studying at the African Buddhist seminary, he is an African by the way.

    My friend, Lesiba was his name, who was somehow perplexed by his own spiritual development asked Credo a question:

    “How do I know that I am on the right path?”

    Credo stayed silent for a while and then said something like this; well that’s how I understood it anyways:

    “Just because the train that you are on hasn’t reached your desired destination don’t mean that you are on the wrong train”

    I hope my friend understood. I did and I found that very helpful indeed. I still have the picture I took with Credo.

    I think he is a very special gem to the world, something we need to but unfortunately don’t see the need to treasure.

    May you all find what you are looking for or what is looking for you, the true expression of your True and Universal MIND.

    With Metta


  • texazizazwaz

    After being a young child and awakening to strange beings in mine and my brother’s room, I find you interesting and intelligible. I was only eleven years old and the shear terror is still remembered today. I never knew aliens were even in existance and I have had a hard time keeping my faith. By understanding how large and diverse the universe actually is, I can move forward with my questions. Men have lived with their heads in the sand and are trully afraid of their current enviornments. Enoch and Ezekial biblically have awnsered many questions and your story is tragic but moving. Thank you for being courageous and being so humble.

  • Floyd

    Im just 17 this year and heard about you last year. Your stories are really making sense. My question to you is shall the truth be told and seen physically about the “chitauli”

  • Terry Myburgh

    Hi Credo,
    We met at Shamwari where we worked together on your healing garden.

    I have since done another healing garden with a healer in Port Alfred

    It would be wonderful to work again on another healing garden with you…a grand healer.

    I always think about the hours we spent together and the great story teller that you are enriching our lives.

    Terry Myburgh

  • Hi Baba, I want to spend part of my time learning from someone like you so that i can pass the knowledge to my children while i am still alive. Is there any information that you can share with me about the Ntshingila clan! If so how can i access that information?
    We are blessed to have someone like you!



  • johanna

    Yebo baba!! we last spoke when I did an interview withyou so eleven yars ago, in Soweto. My thoughts were that was the exact time of my spiratiual awakenig. I can truly say that i have really been extremely blessed to have sat down with you, and heard you speak. May you baba Mutwa, and Mr. david Icke, continue to expose goverments for what they are – killers of nations. I need more information any one out there with other websites that i could log on to
    peace to all Johanna

  • kwesi

    Thank you papa credo mutwa for the good work. I’m so impressed with you and icke. May the higher spirits be with your souls all the time. The truth will prevail one day.

  • Nicole

    I would like to meet Credo. I know that we will have much wisdom to exchange.

  • it has begun

    it has begun…

  • thapelo

    Rre Mutwa ,re lebogela kitso le tsohle tse o refileng tsone.i pray andhope that you are honoured by africans before its to late .Mafrika take heed of this legends teachings.
    stay blessed

    Nthutang Thapelo


  • Svetlana

    I am white russian woman who grow up in nonreligious family in post soviet russia, but since my childhood I feel the future, see it and was looking for answers about our universe everywhere.
    One day I had “a call” to come to SA, I did and found a lot of information just from the air, and I found Credo Mutwa’s book “Song of the Stars”, by that time I’ve already had all the insider information about islam, christianity, buddism and judaism.
    I was so glad to find him as all my ideas are the same as his and I think the same, I saw this in my dream when I was 12 or so, all people from different different places will unite and help the world. I also always believed that people of Africa are very important and I know that they posessed true knoweldge about the world while intruders didn’t know and didn’t want to open their minds and that nowadays the times has changed and the world is full of people who knows where did we come from, all of us and how much we have in common.
    I totally agree with what he is saying, I was so thankful that he wrote that book as now I can show it to people in russia even. It is like I told my friends about future I see and now I have the same picture from Credo Mutwa, so wise, kind hard-working and great man from South Africa.
    May I say when I see your picture, I see the light and I want to hug you Credo Mutwa for what you shared with all of us and just because.
    All blessings, long days and good health to you, may all the angels and souls save you everywhere on your way.

  • Giny

    i am shocked.i grew up hearing about you and now i am able to read your stories.I hope more people will open their eyes

  • Arsalan

    this info is truly amazing and cnfusing, just watched the interview with Mr. Icke and Dr. Mutwa and all i can say is life is not what it looks like.

    I really do not know what to believe, even this, I heard that there are only 2 existing shamans in SA. who is the other one.

    Anyone want to suggest more reads to me please feel free to email,

    I promote alternative media, I would like to hear anyone elses suggestions.

    May you be blessed Dr. Mutwa

  • Nompumelelo Shabangu

    Baba Credo Mutwa, Ngithanda ukhubonga for all the great works that you have done .After reading your book “Indaba my Children “I have never been the same and I can firmly say that it has now become my point of reference when ever I need agreater understanding and wisdom.

    My desire now is to see you face to- face, I would like to humbly learn from you, I want to be a custdian of our culture .Baba Credo if a vist to home with a grpup of young people can be arranged , I will defineltly be humbled at the gesture.

    We need you wisdoom and light, so we can show the ones coming behind us, what a people we are.

    We need more people like Baba Credo , I thank Ukhulukhulu for you life

    be blessed always

  • Jose Pratts

    I saw the interview with Mr.Ike and was blown away of such detail and knowledge you have sir. I believe and now I will start spreading this word of knowledge to all I encounter so that they mat also expand this and expose this to as many. We cannot deny, certainly hide this any longer. It only makes it stronger that way and we must weaken these creatures to the death or departure. We will claim our planet once again…
    Thank you for opening my eyes

  • I have been taught not to believe that I am what I am, from grade zero to where my education extinct. But the truth is shelved some where, who is going to find it for those who has to find who are they and where do they come from and when are they going?

    Like in a rellay race, can someone take the stick from father Vusamazulu Mutwa for the survival of the Azanian people, or may God spare for us for some years this great person of the African. God, Please give us sometimes to have Gabriel Robert Mugabe and Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa as our only surviving knowhows among us.

  • Loretta

    Where can a person learn about the true history of South Africa since it’s begining?

    What can a simple person do to make a difference that will bennefit our people?

  • Loretta

    It is good to know more about Mr. Mutwa. Have been reading his books as a child.

  • LMDumizulu

    Yebo baba Mutwa. Loko lichoyo kuhle but AmaZulu Bafile . Few will be saved. In 2012 the Zim Zim (Aliens)will be fully in charge. As for you keep the talk and keep on your JOB!!~!

  • ac

    i can relate to much of what credo has said in this article, being of mixed race heritage i was taught in a euro centric school, sll i learned of africa or india was that they were conquered and enslaved before the europeans decided to leave. ethnic minority children in the uk are being brainwashed into believing they are inferior. this unbalanced form of education has resulted in many youths turning to radical islam in a vain effort at rebellion. it is true what he says about india that as the british were not able to convert them to christianity to such a degree, they have been able to develop more harmoniously. also about indian civilisations being founded by black people: yes, if one looks at old statues in india at the oldest temples etc, they have afro hair and features.

    • anonymous

      AC, they do the same thing in the US! In fact, in much of the West and former colonized places, the situation is just about the same! People of Color-black specifically, and yellow/red/brown people generally are only getting pieces of the puzzle! I am sure you know that, I just felt like saying it here.If the truth is told, people don't get the full story about all aspects of European history either. I can relate to what Credo and you are saying!

  • Omugabe

    Credo Mutwa, keep up the good work.
    You ARE NOT alone; and relief is on the way! lol

    The ignorant, cruel and criminal invaders have been very vile and destructive. However, such beastly beings are too superficial to long prevail in their evil doings.
    Neither can the prevent some ‘seeds of knowledge’ from flourishing, even in their deserts of ignorance.

    Another long, beautiful and blissful round of ‘light’, ‘illumination’, ‘enlightenment’ is returning to the planet.

    And with this new round of ‘light of knowledge’ on the planet, the creatures of the ‘dark’, the ‘creatures of ignorance’, will be made to slink back into the darkness of their caves; because this ‘light of knowledge’ will be too intense for those ‘pale’ and superficial creatures, who ignorantly and foolishly pursue unnatural/artificial environments. lol

  • driekie

    As a white female listening to you on t.v. in past years, I have often wondered what happened to you and why is the black youth being swept up so, for what reason, we have given over to the black majority and what are they doing with it, now they are making a bigger mess of South Africa as it was before, all our skills have left the country, as for the killings, what happened to the culture that you had that the younger generation looked up to you, the older generation.Credo, I am sure Mr. Mandela today cries for his rainbow nation.Please stand up and bring your nation back to their ground roots.

  • Millicent Nakedi

    The first time I read about bab Mutwa was approximately 5 years ago, ever since then, the thoughts have been invading my mind, I have questions in my heart and mind that I believe only him can answer. I would like to meet with him or communicate with baba Mutwa in some way, I also belive Africa has a lot of wisdom to offer to Africans and the world. I acknowledge that power.

    I happen to be one of the people who are called healers but never got training,


    im respondind to Fanyana Maseko
    Ngcamane it is true Maseko’s are the rightfull heirs to the Swazi throne the current monachs of Swaziland are not even Swazi’s King Mswati Himself is not A Swazi but Thonga from Mozambique

  • Brighton Charangwa

    Love and Respect to you Elderman Mtwa!Africa needs your guidance.What's Zuma's Government position to all of this?I bet in South Africa's History books they don't mention anything about this information just like in Zimbabwe.To all Education Ministers,it's food for thought.Africa needs it's lost identity back in order to depend on it's own.We still have have indirect SLAVERY happening yet they are busy inventing and upgrading and the brainwashed are providing the Labour.Let's hope the Whole of AFRICA will realise it before the truth unleashes itself.Lord Have Mercy

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  • Khotsong ntate Mutwa

    I haven,t followed much of your work to be honest.
    I have been fighting this brainwashed mind of mine to rid itself of the western ways.From reading this blog of yours,I have seen some truth to things that have constantly been in my mind through knowledge gained mainly from what I could call my own spiritual being as these are derived at times when I am on own and in touch with what I would like to call the inner most peace you can find in this according my existence.Having done most of my junior education in the Basotho land.I don’t say that the hitory taught there is was the best at the time,but I can assure you that it is more African inclined as compared to the history that I was taught in RSA-Which seemed to be westernised to me as a young man who was still learning and is still learning I found it to lie a lot about Africans and their history.Of cause being a Basotholand national with Xhosa mother,I found my SA peers to be against what I questioned and dubbed a foriegner who should be greateful to be getting the best education in Afirca(which i was not as i believe that can be derived from educators like you only).I have been blessed by being exposed to different ethnic groups of Africans and proud to say I am not xenophobic just as you are not!I relate to alot of things that you have mentioned if not all.With me these things/knowledge didn’t come to me in a form of books only but rather a mental elevation which i find hard to explain in words.This past weekends i heard friends taliking about you and it came naturally to them to include me in their conversation.They got the biggest shock of their lives when i reaveled to them that I knew less of your work and have only had about it.They called each other one at a time saying i was joking when i said didn’t know much your work.When I asked why it was such a schck to them(embarassed as i was)?The respone i got was-it was odd to them cause the way i spoke about things,the principles i preached on Africanism,religion,belief and life itself sounded like someone who had been exposed to your work.The mood got so down that they didn’t even want to tell me further about your work as if i was playing with their minds!

    This what brought me to this site and blog….
    I would like to communicate with you in person which is not highly unlikely according to my beliefs.

    We have been grealty blessed to have you in our lifetime…you have done the most amazing job in getting this knowledge out there to be accessed.Though more europeans are accessing it more than our fellow Africans.I ask of you to build a forum(if it doesn’t yet exist)that is going to develop more africans that will continue to spread this wisdom that yuo have been blessed with.Currently the caucasians that are assisting are doing good,But God knows for how long before it modified again to suite their needs.Am not being racist,but being factul of the realities of this world.

    Kea Leboha Ntate Mutwa


  • Bongani Ndlovu

    Who tourght you to the color of your skin
    The shape of your nose
    The size of your lips and
    The texture of your hair.

    Love yourself African love your self

  • Amanda

    you all are blind. Your following a blind man, who rejected the truth. JESUS CHRIST is the truth, the way and the life. The one true God came in the flesh as Jesus, to give us eternal life through him an only him. Come to Jesus, and repent, for Christ is coming back agian soon and every eye will see him coming in the clouds with the angels and every knee shall bow before him.


    Truth is important because Truth is foundational. That is, it is the foundation, the basis on which everything else has to be built; no sane person will construct anything on falsehood.
    Truth carries within itself the seed of its own growth & development. A truth can never be negated by an untruth; but an untruth can & will always be negated by a truth.
    0n the contrary, falsehood carries within itself the germ of its own destruction. It is therefore not self-evident why Truth is necessary?



  • Noxito

    My dear People all around there world let us love, respect and cherish the next man regardless who they believe in. Let us not be harsh and judge.

    Thank you Baba for the wise words.

  • Rich Djegal

    he is a brilliant,loving,wise,and beautiful human. I am most honored and privaleged to have meet, and to have spent my whole day seeing and learning from one of gods true angels. i hope i'll have the honor of meeting him one day. Live good Credo.

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  • Let me also take this opportunity to thank God the all mighty and badimo for giving us such a priceless gift in the physical of your being, Credo Mutwa, i was born ia a place called Taung, i know you know it, i got a glimsed of seeing you one day in 1988, i was part of a delegation from the then University of Bop(UNIBO)SRC to see you on the issues we were fighting for at the university at the time, Academic Freedom and University Autonomy. we fought and succeded in the longest university strike SA had ever seen until the end of that year. i never completed my studies because of that. i left the country for self exile, and came back 1991, a trained communist, maxist leninist student who would tell u that god is a white men’s illusion to keep blacks backward forever while he enriches himself with his forefathers wealth. i undermined any african religion, wisdom, knowledge or any story about our people being able to communicate with those who have passed on. when people who raised me told me about our reach cultural and traditional history, iwas so arogant, i was so quick to remind them, that i was from a university of wisdom, that what they were telling me was unscientific. i could not pray, not even for the food that i eat every day to sustain my existance. basically i was anti-god and any form of religion. but maxism that i read all the time in exile was so silent about africans ability to heal without western medicine, actual there is a part in one of Marx’s works where he confesses that he cannot explain the issue african magic, now if you have labeled yourself a revolutionary you always have your own interpretation of revolutionaries mean when they interpritation of african magic therefore would go as witchcraft, as to why i did not think of any good that may be part of the word african magic i cannot cut the story shorter let me say i met people in life who told me and showed me that the spirit world exist i have dreamed, i have grown up with these spirits all my life and i was not aware, i was protected to be where i am today, as i write this comment i am told i am one of the chosen, the honoured, the posessors of wisdom, knowledge, healing powers, i pray for people and good things happen to them i speak with my ancestors every day, i belief they exist. they are part of the great many religious sectors that are under Heredom, below the circumpunct, within the pyramid of religions and above the stare case to the holy house of the lord, they were kings and queens of creation, they remain to this day. i am one of them i am one with them, i am the son of africa, for he is my beggining and my ending. Modimo rara mo thata yotlhe mmopi le monei wa bophelo ramasedi wa poloko baporofita, bakgethwa, dingaka, magosi, baruti, manyoloi a moya, manyoloi a metsi, manyoloi a mollo, mannyoloi a dikgaga, bontate mogolo le bomme mogolo go tswa khutlong tse nne tsa lefatshe, ke kopa losireletse ngwana wa afrika ke yoo ke mmaa mo pele ga lona, mo feng botshelo le pholo e nnetseng ruri, mo dikaganyetse ke lerato, le moya o galaleng bagolo utlwang dithapelo tsa bana ba lona.

  • william meyer

    dear credo,
    i understand exactly what your are saying. i left the US, where my family has lived since the beginning of english colonization. credo, we are in the age of kali yuga. darkness all around. we see the darkness because we are actually seeing the light. credo, we have nothing but god, the great god to bow to. no one owns that god. meanwhile we salute and help those that fight the real fight. gandhi said to go to our own roots and religion and to respect ourselves. credo, those who have gone forward have no divisions and serve the truth. love, william

  • oupa modise

    Mkhulu thokoza!ke simolla ka go leboga modimo le badimo for this opportunity to actaully say that ke itharabologetse frm the brian wash of this white people,they alway threaten our people with god as if they own Him and we had and have know knowledge about believe is we must start to teach our children this information in our own homes.and my believe is like children of when they were saved from Egypt they were cleanst and prepared regarding wat their conolized cupturer.with love, oupa

  • Makhetha

    May the LORD’s light keep shinning upon you.

    So many questions been asked but there’s not enough answers. Why us blacks hated where ever we go even by those who look just like us? You have answered that and hope there is a cure for that, i can only think of one “knowledge of self”. Each one must teach one cause we are a dying nation, we think higher education and money is the way to freedom not knowing our ignorance is our worst enemy. The oldest trick of desroying nation is by dividing a nation and making them kill each other. This has worked very well amongst blacks and we are dying nation who holds no moral values like our ancestors.

    We need more people like you Ntate Credo to show us the light. Thank you. Kgotso ebe le wena

  • Terry

    What can I say that would reveal more about the honor and courage that you have, even if I Don't know the courage it takes, or the honor it takes.

    But you show both courage and honor that I have yet to learn.

    I thank you

  • Don Day

    A true brother to man and nature.

  • mmakgosi

    i am bleesed to have met you baba had the privilage of visiting letlamoreng dam 1990 hope taht the youth of today get to read your books and your biography i do understand that your health is not good and you are currently staying in kopa MORENA a go fe maatla we still need you baba

  • Paulina

    If only we could Great Leaders Like You Rra I think dilo ne di ka nna botoka. Our main problem nowadays is we don’t Listen. We turn to Judge. Blessed to know Someone so Humble like You.

  • Mgabadeli

    Freedom of speech is one thing our heroes fought for so we must use is high time black people expressed themselves the way they want to.african religion was in the past descriminated by people of the same kind who turned christian.being civilized doesnt mean you have to be christian.honestly i think civilization made us to degrade what we believe in and took the beliefs of others and its high time we acted upon that.

  • Dineo Ndlanzi


    I know why I have been having a deep urge to see you to speak to you. I read in Indaba my childern 6 years ago& i didn’t get it until recently. I know I will cross paths with you one day. May your life be long Mkhulu so we can feed on your powerful writings and messages..


  • vonetta

    i am an african american woman living in brazil. my higher self lead me to walk, in spirit, with david icke, and now credo mutwa. i cannot really say why, but every time see this humble man's face or hear him tell his powerful truth, my heart explodes open and i want to cry! i feel so connected to this man, somehow. i am traveller/healer myself and am honored and thankful that people i have never met, such as credo mutwa, have given me the information i need to keep going. i have the highest respect for the great man, credo mutwa, and may he know that africa the continent may be dying, but "mama africa" is very much alive and kicking in the hearts of us descendants of africa. everywhere i go – and have been to MANY places on this earth – it is the voice of africa – through its music, food, joy, strength, and wisdom – that seems to be the connector of people all over the world! thank you credo! we see you. we hear you. your life is an inspiration!

  • Sibusiso Magubane

    Mr. Muntwa “Baba”

    You’ve set my mind free from destruction. I want to help spread the powerful words you’ve blessed us with and make sure they’re preserved. Thank you for opening my eyes, they were shut from the real truth.

    May the ancesters bless you even more baba!!!!

  • Jay

    want to order your books but reluctant to give my $ to the wrong hands…is there anyway to order directly from you?

  • Agnes, Europe

    I do respect your life work. The fact that you have suffered so much and still have no hatred in your heart and preach peace and love is absolutely incredible and honorable. I admire you for your love for people and hope that one day there will be more people like you.
    With respect,

  • ugk

    I do respect your life work. The fact that you have suffered so much and still have no hatred in your heart and preach peace and love is absolutely incredible and honorable.
    You must be joking. He hates white
    people. He has hinted that enough times. He only deals with idiots like David Icke because he needed to get some books published. There are truths he will NEVER reveal to white people.
    The real spiritual shift comes from those melanin people who visualise the destruction of the western world.

  • china moela

    this is so amazing!

  • Teboho

    My name is Teboho Mohapeloa. I dont wish to discuss information on the internet. please I must be contacted as soon as possible. our organisation name Is “RISE Africa”. Our mission is to save Africa. I have read Indaba my children few years ago and my mission has been to confirm all the information in that book and is true. We have head about His highness and we wish to assisst. I really need to see his highness. 0732306552

  • shadrack and joel

    we want to know our future and is the women we are involved with worth to be married are they are they worth trusted thank you baba i wish you live forever

  • itumeleng

    how does one discovers that will be a sangoma? how does it come about cause i seen couple of people saying, they going to twasa becoming a professional sangoma, what are the things that you come across, before knowing that you must go and twasa, and how do u know on where are you going to twasa,are they any spiritual souls that are inner you/ which are expriencing? and how do u control them.

  • Thanks u ntate for sharing your knowledge, more people like u are needed in this world!

  • Njenga!/profile.php?id=597896302

    we need a revival of black awareness…and now more than ever before. I cannot stand the structures of dependency that come in the form of religion..Christianity makes a man think like the White man, and Islam makes a man think like the Arab. Would the foreigners allow you to go and impose your cultural practices upon them? I think not

    Here in Kenya there is a term called “kasumba ya Ukoloni”…colonial mindset..the idea that foreign ideas are superior to those that are homegrown

    Let us wake up people. I know many unfortunate things have happened to you Credo, but it is not in vain. Your message is waking us up

  • Credo; you brought back our origin,now is the time for African child to do his/her life audit,colonialism taught us different sense of huminity.What makes us to believe in so many lies they told but rejected the naked truth you and other big African philosophus like Ezekiel Mphahlele and the rest told us about ourselves.When is the right for African child to Wake-up and introspect himself.Days are moving lets stand up and do something to bring our identity back were it belong(Africa).

  • Steve

    Hello all.
    Reading through all of your wonderful comments concerning Creda, there’s little I can add about this amazing and enlightened man. He’s lost so much at the expense of the Western Illuminati that it brings tears to my eyes.
    However, know this: Creda Mutwa’s efforts in making us all more aware will be significant in removing the stranglehold that the nefarious “elite” have over the world.
    2012 will indeed be a tough time but also a milestone year for the spiritualists. The Illuminati are desperately trying to make us all believe that a world threating natural disaster will occur around this time. They will continue to use HAARP to create these problems in order to convince us of this. Why? Because the Reptilian entities that hold the positions of power are very, very frightened by the fact that from 2012 through to 2018 will be a time of change. The Earth will encounter the age of Aquarius which will increase the Earth’s frequency two-fold, this will result in us that are already spiritually aware to step up a level/levels in density of consciousness and become spirits within another dimension. The entire population will have the opportunity to achieve in this lifetime what it took the Buddha 550 lifetimes to achieve…..Spiritual enlightenment. These Reptilian beings feed off human fear, if we all become aware of our own immortality then we shall not fear the death of our physical bodies…..which removes their power-tool. Expect a possible staged holographic alien invasion (project bluebeam) as a last resort on their part to round us up and cull 90% of the population. But if we all realise the torsion wave energy within our DNA that is naturally evolving out of dormantcy then the clear light within us all will coalesce to defeat the dark forces at work.
    Reptilians can be very tall and strong, but they WILL not attack a fearless human being, this in itself scares THEM. There are many GOOD Reptilians that are helping mankind.
    Thank You Creda…….we love you.

  • Love

    I have been moved deeply reading your biography and even deeper reading everyone else’s messages in response.

    Love for each and every light of the earth of which your’s truly shines my friend.

  • I am out of words as everything i have read in this beautiful biography is too close to home. It is so TRUE but our people will still ridicule it.Call it Ignorance i say the brain wash has to stop, and it will have to start with what we teach our children.

    They are the future and we need to open their eyes and protect/shield them from the brain washing Western Civilization.

    Wishing uBaba Credo Muntwa a long life and hope many will see his vision.

    I would really like to be a scholar of uBaba Muntwa’s teaching.

  • Magalane Phoshoko

    It shocking that a great great man of such magnificent stature with such amount of knowledge is denied the recognition he deserves.We talk about rewriting our history but we leave out the most important people outside.There is a massive amount of information that Baba Credo is offering this nation for free but because the powers that be does not want him recognised, it is as though the info does not exist.I am very greatful to have opened my eyes to such info and I am sucking like a child sucking from the mother’s breast.I wish it can be the initiative of all of us who are enlightened to wipe the ignorance from those who are willing but still in the dark.Words can never thak you enough DR Credo Mutwa.Not even one institution will like to honour you.But we understand why.
    Thank you, siyabonga
    with LOVE

  • Credo Mutwa has spoken many times on tape about his life, his explorations & his education, & I’m of the belief that Credo Mutwa is a Demi-God on Earth, constantly watching over his Motherland but being attacked constantly for his unshakeable faith in the people who wish to attack him & his teachings.

    The great artefact called The Necklace Of The Mysteries was forceably taken from him, & he was tortured in the process, by treacherous black people controlled by white men. Why, if the white men are so “unafraid” of Baba Mutwa’s teachings & knowledge, would these people go to such limits to keep a great man silenced?

    Much love to you Credo Mutwa; there are white people who believe in you, who wish to share the same spirit as you & who would stand shoulder to shoulder with you. If the distance between us is physically too large right now, I send spiritual support & I hope we can encourage others to stand up & be counted, heal the world from it’s sicknesses & live in harmony.

  • Marvin Rinas

    Dear Credo,

    I have no words to describe how much I learned from studying your videos and reading your writings.
    It is an honour to be guided into accessing your ideas and ancient knowledge, and I seek to bring it to the western world wherever people are open to breaking the film flickering in front of our eyes, and shifting their attention to free themselves. There are more and more people every day who start reclaiming their human birthright: We are breaking the illusion of western “freedom” and freeing our minds from the pitiless schemes of slavery induced by a small number of scism-worshippers.
    This scism is about to dissolve and break – to release trapped energies that be a medium for our next step as a species on the evolutionary staircase of the mind and enhance our physical abilities and perception.

    Even though I have not met you in person to this day, I want to encourage you hereby to keep on the great work you are doing: Knowing, that your seeds are growing on every continent of our planet at this very hour – and that your legacy stands proud and strong to reclaim and fortify what has been taken from too many people in the past.
    We work and practise to give true freedom to the human race, to prove ourselves worthy and grow in numbers by cherishing the universal principle of love. Adding to that energy field is what I learned from you and other great minds, and I thank you very much for spreading the information and nurturing oneness.

  • I am fired up by what Baba Mutwa says. I always had this idea that we are not naturing our own but the poison fed on us by the west. I have always told people that you cannot win freedom if you are spiritually subjugated. For me this is key to all we do.

  • Read the patent to inhibit the AIDS virus with Tetrasil Tetroxide US Pat No 5676977 and the patent to inhibit the same cancer viruses in AIDS/HIV that can be in 29 organs of the body US Pat 6485755. Diseases are patented and made see the recipe for Multiple Sclerosis 6291225, and the recipe for HIV AIDS 4647773, and the recipe for Rheumatoid Arthritis 6582703. I would like to work in Uganda with Sutherlandia and Credo to help people. The information in Marvin Antelman’s research can heal and help many.
    See the film HIV AIDS patented cure 5676977

    or watch Robert Gallo’s face the maker of a patent to form HIV AIDS US Pat 4647773

    when he is confronted at minute
    3:27 – 6:30, he squirms a lot at minute 4:40 – 5:20 while he bluffs and thinks up a verbal outlet. Then after the 1971 Nature New Biology showing the combination of leukemia and lymphoma (remember that Luc Montaignier called AIDS the leukemia-lymphoma virus disease through the early 1980s) into a human cell, Gallo begins to curse.
    Tetrasil and derivatives work successfully to inhibit the HIV virus, but surviving the cure and a successful convalescence require the immune strengthening of Sutherlandia and herbal remedies, dandelion, milk thistle, burdock to clear the liver from the liver toxic ingredients in ARVs, and then yellow dock sarsaparilla, and red clover to impove the clearing of blood impurities for the kidney strength.


  • Mike

    As a white South African I am happy to see that there is still hope for our country. I was too young to have known what the Apartheid era was like. But from the stories I have heard and people I have spoken to it was a horrible thing my ancestors did.

    After reading your story my heart sinks to think that people would go to such extremes to hide knowledge. It sickens me to think our society has come to this.

    We all have to strive to find our own truth not the “truth” we are fed.

    I hope to one day meet you baba Mutwa. You are an inspiration to everyone everywhere who is looking for the big picture

  • Kwasi

    Im very touched by ya biography and feel very proud to be black if all you stated is proven to be true by my personal research into the matter, but what buffle me is why a man of great knowledge and stature allow white people into cheating u of ya own deserving royalties and also why u a black supremasist can collaborate and work with david icke a white supremasist? It doesnt clique in my consciouness..further clarification will be welcomed…thanks!

    • Being an author or artist does not mean you understand contract law. And the publishing industry was not as open as it is now. Today you can do your own self publishing. This requires technical skills and a firm understanding of the Internet and processes. As for Credo’s friendship with David Icke that goes back 15 years and not once has David wavered to help him. You may be confusing David Icke with David Duke.

  • Kwasi

    Yeah i get u thomas…i was just wondering y a man who can see into the future not see this was only worried cos it pains me a lot for a woman to enjoy what another man has worked for…and yes is david duke the failed politician who is always against jews? If so then im wrong then i gotta read more about david icke cos even matthew delooze recommends him some time! Thanks

  • Even through Credo Mutwa can see the future. I also believe there are finer details that most psychics cannot see or cannot process. In fact you may also consider the paradox of him seeing his own future and changing his own present/past circumstances to avoid problems. I also believe his health may from time to time have affected his ability to more clearly see the future outcomes of decisions. Take some time and look into the freewill vs determinism debate.

  • Nonnie

    I was given a copy of “Indaba, My Children” by a friend, when we were in South Africa almost 30 years ago. I read it, and found it riveting! I also found the “science fiction” aspects intriguing; some of these have surfaced as modern technology! Reading the author’s bio has been a gift.

    • Dear Nonnie it is indeed a gift. I read this online biography before I read any books written by Credo Mutwa. Parts made me sad, parts angry but mostly I’ve been inspired to keep this website going no matter what.

  • Rob

    This is for Mitch and any one else interested in Africa and ancient Britain… To your health Baba Credo.

  • Kwasi

    Thanks raymond! Even Jesus aloud Judas to betray him i now understand! Thanks a lot!!

  • I’d like to say this in isiZulu first: Nami baba ngivumelana nawe kukho konke okubhalile. Kodwake ngifisa ukwazi ukuthi ngingakwazi yini ukuhlangana nawe, ngenjani ukuze ngikwazi ukuhlangana nawe. Angifisi ukuthi uze usishiye ngingakaze ngikubone. I’m also trying to see if I cannot share, through books, things that should server as a buffer to minimize the exploitation of African people. It is very difficult because I’m using the very education that is teaching me to despise ‘Africanness’…

    I could go on and on, but please I’d like to arrange for a meeting, I desperately need your guidance.

    Kind regards,

  • Jp

    Some of these claims seem rather out there and I would prefer some evidence to back it up, I am not one to believe something just because someone else said it.
    And personally, in a country divided by 11 languages how do we get together and become one country? Would putting a stop to the blame not help? In my home country I am considered a white man however if I go to Europe I am not, so how important is skin colour or is this topic more about cultures? In that case skin has far less to do with culture, I mean English and Afrikaans are like Xhosa and Zulus, different groups of people.
    Trying to find a blame to the things that are already happening, rape, murder, drugs, trying to blame colonialism or power-mongers, does it really solve the problem. and what of the Lesbian being raped and killed, what is the ” black magical purposes” there. Hate begets hate…
    and I am enlightened to read this, thanx Credo Mutwa, for atleast providing an entire new outlook on South Africans to me.


    Credo Mutwa
    Much you have seen in this life that you lived, much you have learnt and much you have taught.
    You have done all you can to prepare for your return, have you not.You have done all you can to teach before you depart. There is one thing I can tell you of truth, it always returns. There is one thing I can tell you of love, it always returns. There is one thing I can tell you of joy, it always returns.
    Perhaps all this is for the changing Earth, that we as a people, all have a history we can forget and a future we can remember. Perhaps all we need to teach to the children is to seek the truth for the truth shall set you free. Let us trust that the Earth again shall guide us as we find our way. Perhaps we have been all these different races, because in space we are so many more.

  • Azzoh

    Is it allowed to publish any of this info and how can i send a link to some friends whom i think would be interested to read about such an inspiring man?

    • Hi Azzoh thank you for the feedback. I’ve just added a “Email This Page Email This Page” link at the top of every page. This allows you to easily forward a specific page on this website to your friend. Try and let me know.

  • susan pearl

    I have just read your book, My People. It has opened my eyes to Africa. Thank you. May you find the peace and joy that you so richly deserve.

    Susan Pearl, UK

  • Tumelo thekoeng

    As been spoken befor that the “REAL WORLD IS FAR AWAY SMALLER THAN THE IMAGINERY”, I ask my self what more/less Ubaba Mutwa could have projected into our conciousnes as for ther i belive this is not all he has in mind and has forth seen, because i dnt think the mouth can speak the mind in detail, this Biography is truely Spiritualy Uplifting, but yet still its still blury in my mind………i could scan and read ur Cerebral Capacity Baba Mutwa!!! Yoh!! Speechless!!

  • Mantsho

    Dear Dr Muthwa,

    Thank you so much Mkhulu.May God keep you as i believe there is so much truth that you can share.

  • patrick

    If i want to consult with Mr Credo, how should i go about?

    • You don’t consult with him because he is in retirement now at 91 years old. Read his books or get a recommendation for trustworthy sangoma in your area.

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  • You have been exposed!

    This biography comes from Bradford Keeney’s book. Bradford took the words from Credo and then published the book as his own.

  • My Dear Sanusi

    I have been following your information with much interest, and I want to tell you I have been inspired by the factual information you exhibiting. I am much aware of the fact that an author like David Icke has been looking to you as his mentor.”The truth shall set you free,” This is freedom indeed we are receiving from you.

    I would kindly ask you to interpret the following vision to me, It states as thus,” The was a pyramid I was looking at whereby it melted clockwise from the top, and the very same melt changes into people who wears cassock-like pyramid dress and their cap as well.When it changes into people they were descending down in a row until reaching the ground.The i woke up from that vision, Please elaborate or translate it for me my Father.

  • Donald L Buresh

    Dear Credo Mutwa,

    It is my great pleasure to read about you. I find you to be a person of great wisdom. I regret that you have experienced the evils of greedy and unscrupulous people. Thank you for being true to the knowledge that you have gained over many years of your life.

    Donald L. Buresh