TikTok Video of Mlungu Traditional Healer Chanting in His Ndumba Has Mzansi Curious

TikTok Video of Mlungu Traditional Healer Chanting in His Ndumba Has Mzansi Curious

  • A TikTok video of a mlungu traditional healer chanting in his ndumba has sparked South Africans curious
  • The sangoma gave people a sneak peek into his sacred space while he was channelling ancestors
  • Netizens are stunned and amazed seeing a white person practising as a sangoma and being transparent about it
A white sangoma chanted in his ndumba
A traditional healer posted a TikTok video showing his sacred space. Image: @mkhulumgulukuthu
Source: TikTok

A video featuring a Mlungu traditional healer immersed in a sacred chanting ritual within his ndumba has set South Africans abuzz.

Rare view of sangoma in action

The TikTok clip uploaded by @mkhulumgulukuthu provides a rare view of the sangoma's trance-like state.

The room was lit with candles and filled with herbs. Even a bottle of Hennesy can be spotted in the background.

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Sangoma video grabs SA's attention

The video, now boasting an impressive 369K views, reminded people of the nation's unique people and rich culture.

Most were shocked by a white person fully embracing the role of a sangoma and openly sharing their sacred practices.

Watch the video below:

TikTok users discuss whte sangoma

The TikTok community has erupted with discussions surrounding the enchanting video. Some joked about how the sangoma was interacting with his ancestors.

See a few comments below:

@BettyMohale19 posted:

"Laze la steif idlozi."

@tumeloceetumyzar commented:

"Thokoza gogo Kobus."

@moloko246 stated:

"Thokoza Jehova's Witness."

@jackieleds5 asked:

"Cupcake, what have you done to this country kodwa?"

@ZinzieStunner wrote:

"Spirituality is a beautiful thing to know and have."

@AlexinahMafereka said:

"Hennessy, idlozi ele expensive."

@Lee Lacoste_78 added:

"He'll be on Moja Love very soon."

@kgaipi posted:

"Ke badimo ba Cape Town city ba."

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"How about we jump December siye straight 2024, kuningi ayy."

Sangoma initiate does backflips and karate

In another article, Briefly News reported that a Gauteng gobela encouraged other gobelas to initiate ama2000. One of the thwasas she's initiating felt so full of ancestral spirit that he did somersaults and flipped all over the place!

Her thwasa looks pretty flexible and does not attempt to hide it. Perhaps idlozi was heavy upon him, or his ancestors must have been stuntmen, lol. Accepting the sangoma calling has a lot of ups and downs, and it also has surprising outcomes.

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