SOUTH Africa-based producers have released a movie, Mari Yeropa, which denounces short-cuts to success through ritual riches.
The movie, which was produced by Simon Jamukoko, comes after another one called Manenji.
Jamukoko said the movie discourages people from acquiring riches through unorthodox means.
“The movie talks about people who are trying to take short-cuts to success then at the end it will affect their families.
“We have noted that many people are resorting to looking for sangomas and end up using blood to get riches.
“So, this movie is more like a discouragement to people not to envy short-cuts to success because it will end up not only affecting them but the whole family.
“This movie comes after Manenji, the one which shows disaster after a man impregnated his brother-in-law’s wife.
“On this project we have Celani Rice, Trueman Chikukwa, Zandile Ncube, Thomas Wonekai, Simon Jamukoko, Ophyllia Jakewi and many other characters.
“To finance this movie, we partnered with William Gift Civil Billcashier and the Home Improvement Centre who have been helping to finance this project,” he said.