Traditional Southern African healers are Southern African traditional medicine practitioners. They play several social and political responsibilities in the society including divinity, physical, emotional and spiritual health, rites of birth and/or death, the search for dead cattle, guarding warriors, countering witchcraft and recounting their history, mythology and beliefs. In the Nguni communities, Sotho-Tswana and Tsonga, two main types of traditional healers are found: the diviner, and the herbalist (inyanga). These healers are indeed South African shamans who are highly recognized and appreciated in a society in which witchcraft is thought to cause illness. Traditional healers are one of the most helpful people in South Africa especial zulu who mostly believe in them.
Siloyise Siyo Speelman is a sangoma that her picture have been trending on Facebook since yesterday people have been applauding her picture. Siyo lives in Uitenhage, Eastern Cape. Check out this beautiful traditional picture. And don't forget to leave a comment below.
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