Durban- Amasosha took to the street of Durban in the early hours of Saturday morning for the Dr S.B Radebe RCG health walk. A walk is an annual event aimed at creating a conscious of a healthy lifestyle.
The walked dabbed the biggest walk in Kwazulu Natal commenced from the King Dinizilu Park to the Durban country club.
For 10 kilometres Amasosha and their distinguished guests walked sending vibrations of excitement, joy and happiness to spectators who watched from the side of the road mesmerized by the energy possessed by amasosha who were uniformed in baby blue t-shirts, a colour which the Leader and founder of the Dr SB Radebe Foundation has defined as the colour of hope.
Amongst those in attendance were former MEC for health in KwaZulu-Natal, Mr Sibongiseni Dhlomo, Prince Thulani Zulu, Thokozani Ndlovu better know as L’vovo, Mr Anthony Narayadoo who joined the walk after spotting Dr Prophet Uzwilezwe Radebe, Mr Narayadoo is the manager for BMW KZN.
A day set for enjoyment and family was also a day that Amasosha and their visitors denounced violence against children and women abuse, as well as the black on black killings.
The Dr S.B Radebe Foundation not only promotes a healthy lifestyle but promotes family hence after the walk a family picnic was had were kids were spoiled with a variety of fun and games whilst the elderly were treated to feet and back massages.
Prince Thulani Zulu could not hold back his excitement and owe for being part of the walk yet again and the message behind the walk “ this is not only a walk it is also another form of evangelism and preaching” the prince highlighted that although Amasosha are spiritual people they also care for the wellbeing of their fellow countrymen.
A very informative presentation was given by Dr Brooke a Psychiatrist on mental health who spoke passionately about the dangers of mental illness and how it is one of the most ignored illnesses in the world. ”It is very seldom that we have health walks that are focused on a healthy spirit and on mental health,” Dr Brooke told Amasosha that mental health is not just the absence of mental illness, mental health means we think and we behave and experience our emotions in a mentally healthy way.
Prophet Radebe tool to the stage to remind those in attendance that it is important to take care of their spirits and their physical being. The prophet dwelled much on the spiritual aspect of the human part ” religion will not save your spirit rather, religion will kill your spirit.” The Prophet further went on to advise that those in attendance lol after their spirits and be spiritual ”being spiritual is being in touch with yourself and your ancestors.”
Knowledge and wisdom were imparted to lighten the mood Qom renowned DJ's Destruction Boys set the stage ablaze with hits songs such as Omunye to name a few.
Khuzani Mpongose a maskandi sensation entertained the crowd followed by Durban start Madanon and many more.