Those who pass the test are allegedly awarded a “Certificate of Virginity” and receive a white mark on the forehead. Every year, the event is scheduled to occur in the middle of the year.
Nazareth Baptist Church is the second-largest indigenous church in South Africa and was founded in 1910. It is known to occasionally offer virginity tests to female churchgoers in South Africa who are at least 18 years of age.
Churchgoers in South Africa who are at least 18 years old and female are subjected to virginity tests. The Nazareth Baptist Church in Durban, South Africa, is rumored to have begun this practice to urge young women to maintain their virginity. The certification is only valid for one year, therefore ladies must retake the examination the following year.
The virginity test for the academic year 2022–2023 was administered on Tuesday, July 6; those who passed received a certificate as normal.
Female members of the Nazareth Baptist Church in Durban, South Africa, who pass virginity examinations, are awarded virginity certificates.