The phrase “sangomas” has a bad connotation, which drives individuals to disregard their calling. These Skeem Saam actors and actresses, on the other hand, are Sangomas in real life because they answered the call of their forefathers.

Ratlabala Mudau Phophi
In real life, Phophi Mudau Ratlabala, who plays Cindy, is a sangoma. Ratlabala had been absent on the tiny screen for over a year before revealing why we hadn’t seen her as Cindy on Skeem Saam. She claimed that she was not on television since she was on a spiritual journey as a traditional healer at the time. Phophi Mudau Ratlabala declared earlier this year that she was now a certified healer and that she was eager to share her experiences.

“It has been both a challenging and beautiful journey. Learning to give of yourself, your time, your resources were minuscule in comparison to the lesson in humility. When you accept your calling to become a Healer, you let go of self completely and allow the Spirits to work through you and in you. “

Mathe Mlungisi Bafana
Mlungisi Bafana Mathe, who plays Emkay Biyela on Skeem Saam, discussed his faith and spiritual experience as a sangoma.

Emkay used to be a church youth leader and preacher before becoming a pastor. Mlungisi received a calling from his ancestors along the journey, which he accepted.


Maitisa, the oratile
Oratile Maitisa first appeared on Skeem Saam in 2010 as Eunice Nkadimeng, a charming and innocent little girl.

She was raised as a Christian and was ordained into two guilds at church, where she also served as a young evangelist. Oratile revealed that she was a Sangoma in June 2021. She turned to Instagram to share videos and photos of what seemed to be

Shoki Mmola

Despite her demanding role as Celia on Skeem Saam, veteran actress Shoki Mmola expressed her happiness at being a sangoma.

She received her degree in 2019 and is now a registered traditional healer, so she is able to write sick notes for clients. Sangoma refuted her claim to be a celebrity, stating:

I am not a celebrity sangoma because I didn’t answer my calling out of it being a fashion trend


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