He says it took time for him to respond to his calling as a healer after working for different companies as a camera man, including at the SABC.
"I am a guy from Ladysmith but based in Krugersdorp [on the West Rand] with a gift.
" I have chosen to answer the call from my ancestors and go heal people."
Radebe also does psychic readings on a weekday show on YFM and says shooting the TV show has been interesting.
"Shooting the show was very interesting and doing person to person readings was easier than doing radio readings."
According to Radebe, he has not received any bad reviews since his TV show kicked off last week and he is not bothered by those who may accuse him of being a charlatan.
"As South Africans we enjoy many rights, including the right to have an opinion but I'm not moved by those who call me a fake because many people have received healing through my work.
"Ancestors are people who have passed and they become our guardians. They do exist but in my experience some people shy away from that fact," he says.
Radebe's motto is "Mabaphile abantu" a Zulu phrase meaning let the people live/be well.
He says he will often get fulfillment when those who had come to him for readings come back with positive results.
"I get happy when I hear those that come back and they do come back telling me stories of their breakthroughs," he says.
Radebe adds that Africans need to embrace who they are and know their heritage.
He does readings for all races and creeds.
"African or not we are all spiritual beings and we need to connect to that part of ourselves." Radebe also does private consultations at his offices and bookings can be done on his website. www.lloydradebe.co.za or contact 0835836633/0814291280