Dr Khehlelezi

Dr. Khehlelezi, whose real name is Bhongolethu Mzozo, is a well-known astute South African traditional healer. He is originally from the Eastern Cape in a village called Emzinto. He received his ancestral calling at the age of 12 and completed his training (intwaso) in Zimbabwe in a place called Tsholotsho. At the age of 14 years, he began healing people professionally.

During his school career, he encountered various struggles due to his Calling, this resulted in him attending different schools. He was then led to Durban (Kwamashu) to a hostel for men in 2010, this is the period where Dr. Khehlelezi performed many healing rituals. This attracted worldwide appeal as in 2012 he was approached by a Canadian family to assist in searching for their kidnapped daughter, which was successful and this again made Dr. Khehlelezi a household name not only in KZN but in the rest of the world. As he received recognition for his Calling and healing work, he also became a threat to many. In 2013, Dr. Khehlelezi experienced a personal tragedy at an attempted assassination. This did not inhibit his calling as he still continued healing those in need.

In 2016, Dr. Khehlelezi ventured into the media industry through his introduction to Vibe FM. Consequently, he received invites from Ukhozi FM to be featured on a program hosted by Nkosinathi ‘Dr. Love’ Mshengu as a regular feature. As his gift matured, he decided to establish his own church while traveling abroad to offer his healing to people outside of South Africa. In addition to that, he successfully manufactured and released his own medicinal products made from traditional herbs.

Dr. Khehlelezi is an astute South African traditional healer, Zion archbishop, media personality, businessman, and philanthropist who has played an immense role in people's lives through authentic prophetic deeds and social upliftment to the underprivileged. He is a founder and executive director of various business entities. His mandate is to further grow his brand, to modernize traditional medicine, to help people live up to their potential, and to educate fellow Africans about the importance of our traditions.

Ndumandumane eyaduma ezizweni, sihlahla somdlebe esingahlalwa yinyoni, nondela mzimba, mbejembeje mfazi onempandla, nhliziyo zamadoda zibovu, nina basetete nina basenyimbane, mkhonto ogwaza igazi, ntaba zikhala amanzi, dictionary ndaba zidida umndeni!  Ashuuuuuuuuuuu!