New Show ‘Thokoza Munt’wam’ That Looks at Sangomas Finding Love Gets Mixed Reactions From Mzansi

New Show ‘Thokoza Munt’wam’ That Looks at Sangomas Finding Love Gets Mixed Reactions From Mzansi

  • South Africans on social media have shared mixed reactions to the upcoming reality TV show Thokoza Munt'wam, which features sangomas seeking true love in three unique couples
  • Many expressed frustration, stating that they are tired of reality shows about sangomas and would prefer more constructive programs focused on women's empowerment, technology, education, job assistance, or entrepreneurship
  • Some critics questioned the need for such shows and their emphasis on love and sangoma culture

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South Africans on social media have shared mixed reactions to a new show dubbed Thokoza Munt'wam, which is coming soon. The reality TV show takes viewers through a journey of sangomas trying to find true love.

New show about sangomas coming soon
Fans have shared mixed reactions about the new show 'Thokoza Munt'wam'. Image: @isangoma_seynsuku_zokugcina
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Thokoza Munt'wam gets mixed reactions from Mzansi

Reality TV lovers are in for a treat as a new exciting show is coming this October. According to a post shared by popular entertainment blogger Phil Mphela, Thokoza Munt'wami will look at three different couples who will be on a quest to find true love. The post read:

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"Thokoza Munt’wam is a reality show where three couples, each unique in their dynamics, challenges, and love languages, are on the ultimate quest: to balance the spiritual and physical worlds."

Briefly News spoke to one of the main cast members Zookey Zarling who said she found the show exciting because it shows the different challenges that they face as healers.

"I found it exciting to let people know that as much as I am a passionate healer with the love of family and healing...we still have challenges and new healers need to know that we never ARRIVE nor give up nor blame the call when things don't go out away."

The star added that being on the show was exciting because she got to meet other healers and discuss ways to deal with the new generation.

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"The show was dynamic and exciting for me to meet other healers and maybe together create some sort of new synergy of creating dynamic ways to integrate our healing with ama2000 who are a bulk of my clients and problem kids too...but having grown up being a problem child it becomes fun and exciting!"

Mzansi not feeling new show about sangomas

Social media users said they have had enough of reality television shows about sangomas. People said they now want constructive shows about women's empowerment and technology.

@Fntse said:

"Another nonsense show."

@ThatGuy_Tsholo wrote:

"When you get a bit of clout on TikTok someone must get you a show on Mzansi Magic/Moja Love?"

@Paballo_Maseko added:

"We need more educational shows. Shows about women who got caught in drug trafficking chasing a 'soft life' to motivate these teenage girls to focus on school and being a child."

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@Reatiledee added:

"How about shows which assist graduates in finding employment, something like The Apprentice. Or maybe shows that assist your average person on how to start a business and the process thereof. We are enough of mjolo issues maan ai."

@Tk4jPatrico said:

"Isn't dating the same across human beings? Is love exclusive to certain people, or is it just a show for money? This sangoma thing is inverted and advertised beyond necessity. The devil must be happy, bcs (because) it has become an all for all. Hai."

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Entertainment commentator @PhilMphela has shared a report from Isolozwe which alleges the royal house of King Dingiswayo is taking the legal route to can the second season of the show, saying they were not consulted before using and falsely depicting their sacred history.

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