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Former Sangoma Brenda Ngxoli Becomes Christian

“I left ‘sangomahood’ for motherhood and Christianity" - Brenda Ngxoli, born again

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Former Sangoma Brenda Ngxoli Becomes Christian

Brenda Ngxoli has revealed why she withdrew from being a sangoma to become a Christian.

Penning an appreciation post dedicated to her daughter on her timeline on Thursday, the actor spoke of how motherhood changed her perspective.

I left ‘sangomahood’ for motherhood and Christianity. Thank you Sky, your arrival has opened my eyes and heart to what is mine and what should be left for others to enjoy. Sangomahood is just not for me. I don’t judge but [the] good Lord knows I was never meant to entertain it,” she wrote.

In 2019, Brenda took a break from the limelight to follow her spiritual calling.

Brenda’s absence from screens sparked all sorts of rumours but she cleared the air when speaking to Drum.

It’s funny seeing those stories about me as I didn’t leave because I didn’t have money or because I was angry with the industry. I didn’t leave because of an alcohol or drug problem. I followed my heart for my own physical and spiritual growth.

“Things were going well for me and I was happy. But it got to a point where I questioned my being and my origins. I yearned to see those hills of the Eastern Cape and there was no amount of money that could satisfy that yearning.”


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Former Sangoma Brenda Ngxoli Becomes Christian

Tumi Motsoeneng, popularly known as Gogo Skhotheni, has clarified that she has not given up her spiritual profession of being a sangoma.

The former Izangoma Zodumo star, who is also a DJ and podcaster, recently announced that she has given her life to God.

However, speaking to TshisaLIVE, she said that this does not mean that she has stopped practicing as a sangoma.

Skhotheni explained that’s she decided to reclaim her journey with God after using her spiritual gift to practice dark magic. She said at times she would give her cliengs isichitho – muthi to drive couples apart.

This journey of ubungoma, you end up doing witchcraft and other things … so I think it’s one of the darkest journeys I’ve been on as a healer myself. I had to differentiate between being a healer and being a witch — being a healer is what I chose and it goes along with God. I am a sangoma who believes in God and puts God in everything I do. I love God and he loves me too.

I’ve been on a very dark journey with myself, questioning a lot of things that were happening, especially with my son’s condition, my son being sick. My relationship with my husband was tempted a lot. We nearly filed for divorce but God carried us through it. It hasn’t been easy.

I’ve given my life to God before but obviously as a child of God there are certain things which I shouldn’t have done, but I did. So I eventually had to rebuild my relationship with God because I saw his mercy upon my life. I’m not going to stop being a healer” she explained.


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