Letoya Makhene: Celeb sangoma launches special imbiza to fight Covid-19

Letoya Makhene: Celeb sangoma launches special imbiza to fight Covid-19

- Letoya Makhene has used her spiritual healing teachings to make an imbiza to fight Covid-19

- The media personality shared that she has been using a solution of herbs to protect herself and her family from the virus

- Makhene revealed that the knowledge to make the imbiza was passed down through generations of healers

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Letoya Makhene may be a celebrity singer and actress but she is also a spiritual healer. The media personality recently announced that she used her teachings to make a special imbiza that is designed to fight Covid-19.

Taking to her Instagram, Letoya shared that she has been using the concoction with her family and none of them have contracted the coronavirus.

She said:

"This is what I’ve been making for my family and I since the beginning of #lockdown and none of us have ever contracted the virus."

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She went on to explain that the solution was made from various herbs.

"This knowledge has been passed down to us from our forefathers and we - the chosen ones, the healers, the gifted ones - have been left with the task of passing down this knowledge and healing to our people."
Letoya Makhene: Celeb sangoma launches special imbiza to fight Covid-19
Letoya Makhene is fighting Covid-19 using traditional imbiza. Image: @letoya_makhene
Source: Instagram

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that the nation has officially arrived at a situation which top officials have long described as the second wave of Covid-19 infections. President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to address the nation on the plans for moving forward after a discussion is held with Cabinet over the situation.

Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has officially confirmed that South Africa is experiencing the long-forewarned second wave of Covid-19 infections.

Speaking during a special broadcast on Wednesday evening, Mkhize noted that six provinces had experienced increases in cases, the majority of which were patients between the ages of 15 and 19.

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In other news, Mzansi-born international actress Charlize Theron’s seven-year-old daughter Jackson Theron has a thing for makeup and Kylie Jenner is one of her idols. Jackson aspires to be a big name MUA (make-up artist) one day and Charlize is in full support of her dream.

It is not often that Charlize shows her girls off on social media but she has been doing it a lot more these days, especially since Jackson decided she was into makeup.

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Source: Briefly News

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