This is because a short man with a huge 4-5 slips in between her sheets.
Every night, she has a wrestling match with the tokoloshe as she fights to keep it away from her punani.
The 60-year-old from Etwatwa in Daveyton, Ekurhuleni told Daily Sun: “I hear it when it comes into my bed and I know I have to be prepared for a fight.
“I can’t allow it to put its dirty 4-5 into me. I burn impepho and pray before I go to sleep but it doesn’t help.
“I’m afraid this creature is going to overpower me one day and penetrate me. I don’t want that to happen.”
The gogo said her troubles started more than two years ago when she rented out a bedroom in her house to a trainee sangoma.
When the sangoma left, she left behind some of her muthi and the gogo couldn’t trace her.
“I decided to throw the muthi away and I haven’t slept in peace since then.
“I hear footsteps and things exploding at night while I’m sleeping. And when I go to investigate, I find nothing,” she said.
She said church people often visited her house to pray and for a while it would be quiet but the evil always returned.
The gogo, who is a domestic worker, said every time she enters her yard, she has a panic attack.
“I don’t know who will help me. I can’t go on living like this,” she said.
Sangoma Dlamini Mahlinza said the muthi left in the house turned itself into a tokoloshe.
“She needs to get a sangoma to chase it away,” he said.