Putting Christianity into the context of other cultures has kept it spreading across the globe. Often believers say their faith does not change but it changes to address other cultures when necessary. Just now that Christianity is growing in some areas of Africa and needs to be reinvented there. They are cultures steeped in spirits including witchcraft. To shoehorn witchcraft into something familiar to Christians it is being called Satanism.
The link includes a report that local Bishops in Africa admonish priests not to engage in witch rituals when on break from priestly duties. It suggests local folks are still looking for this spiritual world and local priests are not far removed from it.
In a recent conference on exorcism the focus was on removing witchcraft from these witchcraft cultures. Various presenters said witchcraft should be viewed as the work of Satan. This, of course, removes witchcraft of one cultural setting and places is in a Christian one. Those who believe in witchcraft most likely have never heard of a Satan or the concept of sin.
I have no doubt some people are abused, even killed, in cultures that practice witchcraft. I’m skeptical they are made better by exorcism. I think a better idea would be to convince people their are no witches nor gods nor spirits of any kind. I gather exorcism is about the presence of some kind of spiritual force.
One can only hope that one day both witchcraft and exorcism will be no longer practiced.