- Skeem Saam actress Oratile Maitisa has answered her ancestral calling and has become a traditional healer
- The young media personality, who clad full sangoma attire, posted snaps of her graduation ceremony on social media on Sunday, 6 June
- Fans took to her comment section to congratulate the star who plays the role of Eunice in the popular SABC 1 telenovela
Skeem Saam actress Oratile Maitisa has answered her ancestral calling. The star plays the role of Eunice in the SABC 1 telenovela.
The young actress took to social media on Sunday, 6 June to share that she's now a sangoma. The stunner also posted snaps of from her graduation ceremony.
She gracefully donned her full sangoma regalia and thanked those who have been with her through her traditional healing journey. She captioned one of her posts:
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"Love and light."
Oratile also shared a snap of herself with her friend who was also clad in traditional healing attire. She captioned the snap:
"Thank You for everything my friend. I love you, Babhe wam."
Her fans took to her comment section to congratulate her for completing her spiritual journey. Check out some of the comments below:
Actor Mlungisi Mathe, who is also a practicing sangoma, commented:
"Makhosi, so beautiful."
"Love and Light."
"I'm sooo happy for you my friend... Love and light indeed."
"Congrats gogo. You did it."
Skeem Saam's Mlungisi Mathe becomes a sangoma
In other news, Briefly News reported that Skeem Saam actor Mlungisi Mathe has joined a list of Mzansi stars who have accepted their calling to become a sangoma. The star, who portrays the character of Emkay in the telenovela, revealed that he is already a practising sangoma.
He shared that he took his time to accept the calling because he had no idea what was happening to him. In a recent interview with Daily Sun, Mlungisi opened up about his gift of healing people. Mlungisi, who also plays the role of Themba in eHostela, told the publication:
"The gift of healing people is hard because you lose yourself. Amadlozi are using and getting their chance of life through you. I found out I had Amadlozi before I was even 15."
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Source: Briefly News