Gogo Dineo Ndlanzi is a South African spiritual leader, media and radio contributor. She is also a sangoma, spiritual teacher, and life coach.
Professionally Dineo tells African stories and also is a poet, writer, dancer, and facilitator.
- Name: Gogo Dineo Ndlanzi
- Nationality: South African
- Profession: media and radio contributor
- Gender: Female
Gogo, in summary, is a facilitator of change and is passionate about lightening people.
She tries to enlighten people to see life from another perspective. She achieves this by bringing about changes in outlook to allow for holistic healing.
Dineo adopts creativity to assist in safe learning spaces and processes of social change.
She is a licensed ‘Heal Your Life Teacher’ and a certified ‘Organisational Systems Coach.
Dineo is a renowned media and radio contributor. She founded the ‘Heal Your Life Series’ on Power FM 98.7.
The show is dedicated to teaching listeners on African Spirituality and philosophy.
She appears every last Tuesday of the month on the Fresh Breakfast show on Metro FM.
Dineo has also appeared on 702, Kaya FM, and Radio 2000 and several TV shows including Daily Thetha.
She is a cultural advisor on several TV shows and artist performances.
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Dineo has consulted with many companies including;
- Standard Bank
- Impala Mines
- Anglo Platinum
- the Gordon Institute of Business Science
- Activate Architecture.
She has worked outside the shores of South Africa in countries like worked in Ethiopia, Ghana, Zambia, Lesotho, and Brazil.
She regularly speaks at the University of Witswatersrand. There, she teaches medical students on African healing practices.
Every year, she facilitates a week-long winter environmental workshop. This she holds mainly for second-year science students from universities across the country.
Lately, she founded The Gogo Dineo Ndlanzi Institute of Spiritual Healing.
The Institute was established to train healers and also perform public talks on the role of African Spirituality in the 21st century.
In the talks, she tries to demystifying myths and stereotypes around indigenous healing practices.
Gogo with her family, husband, and four (4) children resides in Cosmo City, Johannesburg.