Whoonga! What's in the killer street drug of Durban?
Powdered whoonga is sprinkled on tobacco or marijuana providing an addictive and toxic high.(Photo/Anders Kelto)
Junkies get sick if they smoke it, and sicker if they don't. Then they die.
Journalist Anders Kelto traced it from the streets of Kwa Dabekaa township near Durban right into the laboratory, to discover what's hooking people on whoonga.
His full documentary is on theJuly 28/31 edition of Dispatches
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