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What happened to Bhaka?

What happened to Bhaka?

Zamokwakhe Nzama, Bhaka’s real name, has now moved on to his next conquest, and has already proposed . At the end of his fling with Khumalo, Bhaka threw a party for his wife and pledged that he would never leave her.

Who is Bhaka nzama?

Bhaka Nzama is a changed man. Controversial herbalist Bhaka Nzama has reportedly heeded his calling to become a “pastor”. The popular Durban-based herbalist gained notoriety because of his romantic relationships, including a rumoured fling with Kelly Khumalo.

Where is Bhaka nzama now?

South African herbalist, Bhaka announced this week that he is now a man of God. The traditional doctor is now a ‘pastor’ and could barely hide his excitement. Bhaka is well known in KZN, largely because of his expensive lifestyle and his presence at high-profile events.

What is Bhakti?

The term bhakti has been usually translated as “devotion” in Orientalist literature. The colonial era authors variously described Bhakti as a form of mysticism or “primitive” religious devotion of lay people with monotheistic parallels. However, modern scholars state “devotion” is a misleading and incomplete translation of bhakti.

What is the vision of the hlathi group?

Hlathi says when he embarked on this journey, he had a dream and vision to take traditional healing and medicine to another level and to educate young aspiring traditional healers. He has advised traditional healers to move with the times and not seize to study as one can never know everything in the traditional healing sector.

Who is Sylvester hlathi?

South African traditional healer Dr Sylvester Hlathi says he is humbled and grateful to have been recognized by schools for traditional medicine for the work he does whilst he is still alive.

Is bhakti found in other religions?

Bhakti is also found in other religions practiced in India, and it has influenced interactions between Christianity and Hinduism in the modern era. Nirguni bhakti (devotion to the divine without attributes) is found in Sikhism, as well as Hinduism.

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