The Soil's Buhlebendalo, reveals her healing gift on The Azania Mosaka Show

Buhlebendalo Mda has revealed that The Soil will launch yet another album, this time featuring legendary Hugh Masekela and Nigerian singer Asa.

Having recently returned from fulfilling her calling by the ancestors, she said that her path as ubungoma [traditional healing] is unending.

In an interview with 702's Azania Mosaka, she recalled her journey from her childhood years in the Eastern Cape to committing herself to music after moving to Protea Glen with her parents.

Listen to the conversation below:

I was born a healer. I was healing way before I went in for initiation. If God or my ancestors instruct me to do something then I'll do it.

Buhlebendalo Mda, The Soil vocalist
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