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FRUITY PUNANI MAGIC
SPICE UP YOUR SEX LIFE: This is the dried fruit that sells like hot cakes in Botshabelo. Women claim this fruit makes their private parts tighter. Photos by Kabelo Tlhabanelo.

EVERYBODY knows dried fruit is good for the stomach and good for general health.

But this special dried fruit from China, some older women say, is also good to restore the magic between the sheets.

THE LADIES SAY IT TIGHTENS THEIR PUNANIS AND PUTS A SMILE ON THEIR MEN’S FACES.

“The customers report the fruit makes their private parts tight and makes them feel like virgins again,” said a trader at a Botshabelo, Free State shopping centre.

“We buy the special dried fruit from a Chinese shop in Gauteng and it is selling like hot cakes.”

Another trader told Daily Sun the women said it helps them with their partners in bed.

“We sell a packet for R20 and it takes only a few hours to sell more than fifty packets,” he said.

Another trader said she has been selling the dried fruit for almost a year and has had only positive feedback.

“I have a 47-year-old customer who said her husband had an affair with a younger woman but he has stopped seeing her. She thanks me every time she buys another packet,” laughed the woman.

While the SunTeam was busy with the interview, a customer came into the shop.

“I’m here to buy my dried-fruit punani magic,” she said. “This fruit is the secret to a tighter punani.”

She said it also helps with period pains. But all the sellers have a warning for pregnant and breast-feeding women.

“Too much dried fruit could harm the baby,” they said. “But anybody else can take as much as they like. It’s not like drugs and you can’t overdose.”

But sangoma Mamoya Rakauoane said it is wrong for women to tighten their punanis with dried fruit.

She said: “Punanis are like rubber. It can tighten naturally without eating or putting anything inside it. The women will regret the results of eating those dried fruit as they might damage their private parts permanently.” 

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