Exploring African spirituality

The North-West University’s (NWU’s) Student Life division will be hosting an African Spirituality workshop on 29 July 2023 at its Mahikeng Campus.

Baba Ngwemabala, also known as Thandiwe Prudence Magagula, will be the main speaker.

The purpose of the event is to look into the different dynamics for understanding African spirituality within tertiary education.

Student and organiser of the workshop Sandile Mbizeni says he believes this will be contribute towards transformation at the university.

More about Baba Ngwemabala / Thandiwe Prudence Magagula

Thandiwe Prudence Magagula is a dedicated professional nurse who places great emphasis on academic excellence while also exploring avenues in reality TV and entrepreneurship.

Beyond her nursing career, she is widely recognised as Baba Ngwemabala due to her active involvement as a traditional healer.

Her commitment to both her traditional healing practice and her nursing profession challenges negative perceptions and misconceptions about African spirituality.

Thandiwe's ability to excel in multiple domains sets a remarkable precedent for others, proving that one can embrace their cultural heritage while still pursuing academic and professional achievements. Her journey inspires many, encouraging a broader appreciation of diverse cultural practices and promoting a harmonious blend of modernity and tradition.


Thandiwe Prudence Magagula.

Submitted on Fri, 07/21/2023 - 14:35