Sowetan Spirit - food for the soul

Mental illness is not a curse and can be treated

Mental health is an important aspect of our overall wellbeing, along with our physical and spiritual health.

By Nombuso Kumalo

Embrace a lifestyle that maintains a good balance

Exercise, balanced diet and positive thinking are crucial for our wellbeing.

By Nombuso Kumalo

Organic living does not have to cost arm and leg

Starting a small garden is a good and cost-effective way to avoid processed food while also being kind to the planet.

By Nomvelo Masango

Mental preparation key when heeding ancestors' call

As many people reject the spiritual after-effects of colonialism and accept their ancestral calling, psychological ...

By Nomvelo Masango

Is there room to balance spiritual gift with career?

From afar the calling to be a traditional healer appears to be burdensome and isolating, but is there room to have a ...

By Nombuso Kumalo

Accepting LGBTQI community within places of ...

For many years, the conversation around the acceptance and inclusion of members of the LGBTQI community within spaces ...

By Nomvelo Masango

Open yourself up to power of acceptance

True acceptance is not about surrendering to your fate. It is a new experience of inner peace and stillness. Acceptance ...

By Nombuso Kumalo

The will to surrender all to God

Former host of Our Perfect Wedding Kayise Ngqula’s tragic story of loss after her husband died in a car crash last year ...

By Nombuso Kumalo

Don't make grief your enemy

Loss can be a very difficult thing to deal with.

By Nomvelo Masango

How to make that traditional healer visit a ...

Visiting a traditional healer for the first time is likely to be an unfamiliar and intimidating experience. Applying ...

By Nomvelo Masango

Sangomas keep abreast of digital trends

Does social media have a place in African spirituality? We ask two YouTube sangomas to share their views.

By Nombuso Kumalo

Christian school helped build the woman I am

Should parents impose their religion onto their children? A former Christian school learner shares her opinion.

By Nombuso Kumalo

'God is important to my culture, and so are ancestors,' says Reverend

From a very young age, Reverend Lithemba Busakwe has embraced his tradition and religion. He believes both have come to ...

By Nomvelo Masango

David Tlale always open to God's design for his life

Renowned fashion designer and devoted child of God David Tlale opens up about how his foundation in Christ has cemented ...

By Nombuso Kumalo

Meditation is good for the mind, body and soul

Meditation has had a positive impact on the lives of many, proving that there is indeed way more to the practice than ...

By Nomvelo Masango

The key to unlocking life's potential

It is safe to say that during the lockdown, the importance of our spiritual health and mental wellness has taken centre ...

By Nombuso Kumalo

Affirmations play a vital part in one’s spirituality, self-love

Affirm yourself and silence the inner critic!

By Nomvelo Masango

Find sources of inspiration to love yourself

Wisdom & Wellness is an organisation founded by entrepreneur and content creator Mpoomy Ledwaba and  is inspired by 3 ...

By Nomvelo Masango

Keep your fellowship experience safe

With warmer weather upon us, more people will be making their way to their respective places of worship. It’s important ...

By Nombuso Kumalo

Women face challenges in religion

For many years, women from different faiths have been subjected to many challenges and much discrimination solely based ...

By Nomvelo Masango

Stretch the stress away through the art of yoga

Escape your busy life for a few minutes and enjoy a guided yoga session to leave you feeling calm and centered

By Nomvelo Masango

Nyaniso Dzedze: 'Black Is King' speaks about the ancestors

SA star explains how "Black Is King" was about ancestors and how he’s embraced his.

By kyle zeeman

Mmabatho Montsho rises to new spiritual realm with film

Joko Ya Hao is one of the most popular Christian hymns that always guarantee a roaring sing-along and goose-bumps.

Emmanuel Tjiya
Journalist

BOOK REVIEW | Journey of spiritual learning and awakening

Story of an African woman returning to her roots

By Lebogang Nthongoa

Celebrating African spirituality through dance at this year's National ...

Dance takes center stage this year with pieces that speak to African spirituality.

By Kgomotso Moncho-Maripane

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