Two church members drown in South African river during water baptism ritual

Two members of a church in Limpopo, South Africa, have drownedwhile they were undergoing water baptism ritual at Masetheko Dam.
This incident comes a week after a Limpopo pastor, Titus Mosima, and one of his congregants, Noko Suzen-Chaba, drowned during a baptism in the Mogol River in Lephalale, reports Sowetan Live.
The incident involving Limpopo church members took place on Sunday, June 20.
Limpopo police spokesperson Lt-Col Mamphaswa Seabi said a pastor was conducting a baptism ritual at Masetheko Dam when four people, who were to be baptised, fell into the water.
“One of the people managed to swim and get out. A woman was rescued. The remaining two men drowned.
“The bodies were retrieved by police search and rescue divers.”
Seabi said the drowning victims had been identified as 21-year-old Elvis Ramakgaphola and 29-year-old Michael Rampa.
Police provincial commissioner Lt-Gen Thembi Hadebe cautioned people to be careful around dams and rivers.
Two cases of inquests have been opened and police investigations are continuing.

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