Revealed: This is how much Generations The Legacy actress Tshidi ‘Letoya Makhene’ charges for Sangoma consultations.
Sangoma and actress Letoya Makhene is famous for playing the role of Tshidi Phakade on Generations The Legacy. The cunning and manipulative Tshidi surprised Mzansi when she publicly revealed that she had decided to become a full-time sangoma. Multi-talented Letoya, an award-winning singer, comes from a cultural solid Makhene family with deep traditional beliefs. She is the daughter of legend musician Blondie Makhene, and she embraced her spiritual healing gift at the tender age of 18 in 2002. She graduated as a fully qualified and practising Sangoma in 2003 and has run her private practice since.
Tshidi owns a private healing and consulting practice called House of Kgwedi, where she is the director. According to their website, the House of Kgwedi is a place of holistic natural healing which uses traditional African medicines and cultural practices. With over twenty years of experience in traditional healing, Letoya Makhene specializes in offering guidance about relationships and family issues and overall health, advising on business or career matters and travelling to and from time.
Speaking about her practice and calling, Generations The Legacy actress Letoya Makhene said: “I focus on providing solutions with the help of my Spirit Guides, God and Ancestors. I also answer the questions that are on your Mind but not expressed.”
How much does Songoma Tshidi – Letoya Makhene charges for a consultation?
She offers her services to both local and foreign clients; for consulting and healing, Letoya charges locally R1000 per hour and foreign $50 per hour payable via PayPal. Her muti/herbs are infused, ranging from body, facial and children’s products.
Is Tshidi leaving Generations The Legacy?
Tshidi’s sudden disappearance on Generations The Legacy with lover Kumkani Phakade to Miami, USA, raised eyebrows among the fans. Were they fired from the soapie, or did the pair go on leave? It is believed that Letoya was offered a temporary break from Generations The Legacy to focus on her Sangoma journey. On the other hand, Vuyo Dabula temporarily left to shoot for a new movie in the United States of America.