DR Khehlelezi is one of the richest traditional healers in South Africa. The KZN based traditional healer his clientele is reported to be top business people, celebrities and even politicians.
It is reported that DR Khehlelezi's services are expensive and range from hundreds of thousands to millions of rands.
DR Khehlelezi is famous for helping people to get wealthy through ukuthwala. DR Khehlelezi in the past has indicated that Izigubhu zakhe for money and riches costs millions of rands and hundreds of thousands.
DR Khehlelezi apart from being a traditional healer he's also a pastor and businessman and he owns many businesses across KZN and Gauteng.
Khehlelezi lives a luxurious lifestyle and drives one of the most expensive cars in South Africa.
DR Khehlelezi uses his wealth to bless others too and not so long ago he donated a car to a Leader of Amabutho Babu Mgilija.
Currently Dr Khehlelezi's net-worth is not known but by the looks of things it is safe to say that it runs in the millions if not more.
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