Podcast | Winning Women: Nomfundo Dhlamini, a sangoma climbing the corporate ladder

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Nomfundo Dhlamini, also known as Gogo Makhosi speaks to City Press about being a new age Sangoma. Picture: Rosetta Msimango/City Press
Nomfundo Dhlamini, also known as Gogo Makhosi speaks to City Press about being a new age Sangoma. Picture: Rosetta Msimango/City Press

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In this Winning Women podcast, Nomfundo Dhlamini talks about her journey towards realising her ancestral gift and why this has not been easy.

Despite this, Dhlamini is a now a traditional healer who is also climbing the corporate ladder in communications.

Having gone through the Nguni and Ndau process under iMpande yaMajoye to become the traditional healer she is today, and now largely led by the spirit of amaKhosi, Dhlamini says that, initially, she “did not see the correlation between success and being a traditional healer”.

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