Mondli Makhoba speaks on his calling to become a Sangoma.
Actor Mondli Makhoba discusses his calling as a Sangoma in an interview with Mac G. Mondli, who plays Nkosana Zulu in The Wife, says he struggled before accepting his calling and found it difficult to concentrate on continuing his education abroad because his thoughts were constantly focused on South Africa.
Mondli Makhoba a Sangoma
“I’ll have these episodes… like I wasn’t asleep, but my mind would go to a certain zone. And it only makes sense now, I didn’t understand it then. Sol asks him: “How does it make sense now, how do you mean?”
Makhoba replies: “It makes sense now because I have a spiritual gift. I have a calling. The actor says he’s an apprentice who is receiving training on becoming a traditional healer.
Actors who accepted their calling
On their three-part wedding special, Kwakuhle Kwethu, The Queen actress Dineo Langa and her spouse Solo disclosed that they were both traditional healers. Then, during the lockdown, they created a YouTube account, where one of the videos was about their experience as a couple going through the ukuthwasa path as spiritually endowed individuals.
Boity Thulo, a rapper and actress, revealed that she had undergone the ukuthwasa treatment. The Ba Kae singer has spoken out about her struggle and elaborated on it in-depth on numerous TV shows, including her own reality show.
Letoya Makhene is a former Generations: The Legacy actress and the granddaughter of musical legend Blondie Makhene. The celebrity is a practicing healer who has been outspoken on social media about her spiritual journey.