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Gogo Maweni exposes SK Khoza

The one thing that Gogo Maweni does not hesitate to do is to bring her estranged baby daddy SK Khoza along with her no matter where she goes. The couple is parents to a son together, but SK has been accused of not living up to his responsibilities as a father.

In a conversation that took place on the podcast Point of View with Gigi, hosted by the multi-award winning rapper Gigi LaMayne, Gogo Maweni asserted that she possessed video evidence of SK engaging in drug use. The traditional healer stated that she would not release the video because she was concerned about the impact it would have on her client’s reputation.

“I have video of you using drugs in the restroom, and it was filmed by someone else. If I so chose, I could bring him into disrepute. I made the decision not to do that; instead, I chose to remain silent when everyone speculated that I was trying to build my influence.”

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Recently, Gogo Maweni accused SK of not paying papgeld, and she stated that she would remind him of this every time they saw each other in the future.

Musa Khawula, a controversial blogger, reported in August that Gogo Maweni had taken the actor who had previously starred on The Queen to court for failing to fulfill his father’s responsibilities.

The traditional healer claimed that in accordance with a court order, Khoza should pay R6,000 per month for child maintenance; however, he is not providing for his son.
Dr. Maweni is calling out SK Khoza for not paying child support for their son, who is now 6 years old.

Dr. Maweni is stating that SK Khoza is required to make a monthly payment of R6000 in accordance with the court order. Musa Khawula (@MusaKhawula) posted this photo on Twitter on August 29, 2022: pic.twitter.com/8eJRx3pc9

A user on Twitter questioned it “Why doesn’t she make him pay? Akere, she is the goddess.” Gogo Maweni did not hold back when it came time to respond to the troll’s comments.

Because she is self-sufficient, Gogo Maweni has made it abundantly clear that she does not require the financial support of her baby daddy. “Because I don’t need his money!” I’m financially independent, more than independent, because I work hard and make sure that my children have everything they need, including an incredible father figure in my husband, and she clapped back.

She responded to another one of the trolls by saying, “Lasts get one thing straight wena I don’t want that money I am more than capable of raising kids by myself and I wish woman were as independent as I am,”

Another user of Twitter commented, saying that R6000 is a lot, but GogoMaweni said that she pays R103000 annually in school fees for her children. “I spend way more than that on my kids school fee alone for a year is 103K n his in grade 1 for 1 child so please…do you even have kids wena?” “I spend way more than that on my kids school fee alone for a year is 103K n his in grade 1 for 1 child.”

“It’s a platform where people can embrace who they truly are,” Gogo Maweni says about the upcoming festival that she is hailing.

When it comes to matters of African spirituality, a significant number of contemporary healers are exerting a lot of effort to dispel the myths that are associated with ubungoma (traditional healing). One such healer is the iZangoma zodumo breakout star Makgotso Lee-Ann Mokopo, also known as Gogo Maweni or Dr. Maweni. Makgotso Lee-Ann Mokopo is a traditional healer.

The traditional healer held the media launch for her Ubungoma Festival event on Tuesday, the 12th of July 2022. The event is scheduled to take place at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg on Monday, the 1st of October 2022. The festival will bring together art, music, and entertainment with African spirituality, boasting an impressive line-up that includes artists such as Nomfundoh Moh, Blaq Diamond, and Sjava.

“It is a festival in which I have invited people who are spiritually gifted and who are healers to get together with one another. The festival is focused on art and crafts, as well as recognizing people who walk with ancestors and encouraging attendees to be accepting of who they are. She shares with TRUELOVE, “I feel that we do not have a platform where we acknowledge such people, and only now are people getting used to the idea of doing things the traditional way.”

“Consequently, it has always been a goal of mine to provide individuals with a stage upon which they can shine, exist, and fully embrace the person that they are.” The majority of people have a propensity to avoid dealing with matters of this nature. People can look forward to having a great time and being free to be themselves while appreciating excellent cuisine, music, and art. As she continues, “It’s all about meeting people and bringing them together.”

According to Gogo Maweni, the significance of holding such events is so that people can acknowledge where they originated from in the world.

We are Africans, and we need to come to terms with who we are. It is imperative that we have a solid understanding of what it means to communicate with or ukuphahlela amadlozi. Because of what we’ve been taught about religion, a lot of people look down their noses at this and think it’s wrong. She goes on to say that gatherings of this kind are important because “we need to make ubungoma okay, and we need to realize that culture is important.”

Gogo Maweni explains that when selecting the musicians who will perform at the festival, she specifically looked for musicians whose music has the capacity to heal as a primary factor in her decision-making process.

“Just because you aren’t a sangoma doesn’t mean you can’t heal people; music, after all, is a powerful medicine.” If you look into the lyrics of the majority of the artists on the line-up, you’ll find that it aligns with ubungoma and healing people. This is something that you’ll realize if you do so. “Because I’m so passionate about advancing the status of women,” she explains, “I made it a point to recruit only female musicians.”

Gogo Skhotheni, a well-known healer in his own right, is scheduled to take the stage as one of the festival’s guest speakers on the day of the event.

“In this line of work that we are in, a lot of sangomas look down on each other and believe that because they have more power, then they should be respected more. However, when I looked at Gogo Skotheni, as a young woman who is also fighting to build a brand, I decided to include her in this so that we can change the narrative and show that healers can collaborate with one another. When asked about her time spent working with Gogo Skhotheni, she says that the fact that she is a young, self-sufficient Black woman says a lot.

Gogo Maweni is no stranger to controversy as a result of some of the content that she posts on her social media pages. As a result of this, she has frequently found herself on the wrong side of the internet, with many people accusing her of being a “witch” and others claiming that she is undoing the work of healers who have attempted to destigmatize ubungoma.

The controversial healer has responded to this by stating that all she wants to do is demonstrate that there are two sides to ubungoma – the good and the bad.

We have no choice but to face the reality that there are both positive and negative aspects associated with every aspect of life. I’m not trying to imply that I dwell on the negative, but I am aware of my capacity to engage in negative behavior. It is imperative that people comprehend the fact that, at the end of the day, I am able to heal people and I am also able to safeguard people. “There are people who need that kind of help and who need people who can say they can help them in that way,” she explains. “They need people like me who can say they can help them in that way.”

“People can talk about me all day, every day, but that won’t change the fact that there are positives and negatives to everything. That’s just the way it is.” Regarding the assertion that I am destroying the efforts of healers who have labored diligently to elevate the status of izangoma, the truth is that I am the one who carried out those actions. If I hadn’t shared ubungoma on social media and on television, we probably wouldn’t be in the position of healers that we are right now. I had to be the one to take the criticism and be the one to get dirty for everyone else to follow, and as a result, everyone is now viewed in a positive light. She says, “I’m okay with whatever anyone has to say about me because I’m not money and not everyone will like me, but there are those who do like me.” “I’m okay with whatever anyone has to say about me because I’m not money and not everybody will like me.”

Gogo Maweni reveals that she has a lot of ambitious plans regarding the expansion of her brand.

“At the moment, we are putting the finishing touches on a restaurant that will be known as Kwa Maweni. We have also gone ahead and acquired a farm, on which we intend to establish a conventional spa and raise a variety of animals. I do run four herbal pharmacies, and we sell nothing but Gogo Maweni products there. These products assist customers in a variety of ways, including cleansing and so on. “I am also an executive producer for a few upcoming television shows,” she reveals. “These shows will air in the coming months.”

“For the remainder of the year, people can expect a lot more controversy from me because I’m not one to be kept quiet or one to shy away,” she said. “I’m not one to be kept quiet or one to shy away.” “I’m willing to take the criticism for everything it is that I believe in and everything that I stand for,” she says.

Ubungoma festival tickets can be purchased online for anywhere between R200 and R1500 each. Ticket prices start at R200.

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