A year since the arrest of Pastor Timothy Omotoso for the alleged molestation of young girls in his church, Special Assignment travels to Durban where more alleged sexual abuse victims have come forward with shocking revelations. Popular Idol’s twins, Anele and Neliswa Mxakaza, were among Omotoso’s staunchest supporters. After his arrest, they publicly dismissed claims that he had sexually abused them. But now, in an exclusive interview with Special Assignment, the twins reveal what really happened to them during their stay in Omotoso’s Umhlanga house, where they lived with up to 30 other young women.

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