Tebogo Buntu is a community educator and practitioner within Afrikan-centered knowledge and healing. In her capacity as Director of eBukhosini Solutions – a Johannesburg-based company specializing in Pan-Afrikan education, empowerment and transformation – she coordinates learning journeys, seminars, workshops, ceremonies and engagements focusing on Afrikan identity, self-development, holistic living, conflict resolution, generational trauma counseling and awakening people’s intuitive, creative and spiritual gifts. Tebogo is also the founder of KANDAKA – Women’s Initiative, a platform for Afrikan women where she guides participants into sessions about ancestral consciousness, womb healing and unblocking feminine energies.
Tebogo is an initiate of Ancient Kemet teachings through the Amen Ra Institute. She is a Kemetic Yoga instructor certified through African Kemetic Yoga Institute. She is a womb healing facilitator and currently a trainee in Ancient Healing Practice. Her spiritual calling and passion is to guide women to self-healing through introspection, awareness, self-love and Sisterhood. She is a firm believer that ancient Afrikan knowledge holds essential solutions to be applied in today’s society. She sees the process of “returning to the source” as decolonial restoration, necessary for achieving cognitive justice.
Buntu holds a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management, an Honors Degree with a major in Indigenous Knowledge Systems from North West University and a Masters Degree in Philosophy of Education from University of South Africa.