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About

Gogo Moyo birth name Refiloe Lerumo; graduated as a Sangoma in 2009,  in ubuNgoma, uMndawo and prophecy she has been practicing since.  She started using social media and the Internet to share her thoughts and teachings.    Gogo Moyo is available to the world at large, she started her organisation LesediKganya in 2010, sharing information […]

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Consultations

1.Face to Face readings  Benoni, Johannesburg Email:- lesedisangoma@gmail.com To book an appointment.  Appointment based only. Charge:R200 (Come with offering in hand) Availability:  Weekends Saturday: 09 : 00am – 16 : 30pm Sunday: 09 : 00am – 14:00pm Note:- All details will be provided upon confirmation of the appointment. Other considerations: Cancellations and Rescheduling: If you are running […]

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Media

SABC Digital News, 2 Sep 10am Traditional healers recognition, from SABC Digital News by SABC News and Current Affairs. Cyber healing with Gogo Moyo Gogo Moyo explains what some dreams mean for Health24 http://www.health24.com/Medical/Sleep/Dreams/Our-Sangoma-explains-what-these-10-common-dreams-mean-20150804 Health24 appoints Sangoma to stable of experts http://www.careers24.com/now-hiring/3898-24com/news/12/ Watch Gogo with the Branson School of Entrepreneurship 21st Century Sangoma http://www.mahala.co.za/culture/21st-century-sangoma/   […]

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Latest Posts

Sangoma’s want to work with the police

December 10, 2015 | No Comments

A group comprised of four Sangoma’s also known as Ministry of Ancestors committee wants to establish a working relationship with the police. Speaking at a gathering on Wednesday afternoon in Mogoditshane, the group complained that Sangoma’s are often discriminated against and associated with dirt. “We are responsible citizens, we want to contribute in fighting crime,” […]

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Sangoma healers go hi-tech

December 10, 2015 | No Comments

After decades in the shadows, South Africa’s traditional “sangoma” healers are modernising and becoming big business, raising questions about the need for strict regulation. “Granny” Mahlasela Matcheke runs her practice from a squeaky clean white floor-tiled home in Johannesburg’s up-and-coming Soweto Township. Her consultation room is ringed by orderly shelves of transparent jars containing a […]

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