Evolution Space Chats with Divinity

It is in our stories that we see each other, Evolution Space Chats is where we get to travel to different places through conversations , where we find pieces and parts of us in others that bring us back home better and whole.

With different guests each week, we dig deep and engage in their experiences, how those have affected their lives ,mental state ,wellness and how they are practically not only continuously showing up but holding up space for others.

May you with each story know that you are not alone, that you are the hero of your life, worthy, able and good enough. To get up every day equipped and encouraged to go on whole heartedly.

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Being resolute and taking control of your healing

Sometimes we need to trust that everything that we go through will eventually work together for our good. We may not know when and how, but as the saying goes, we need to trust the process. Divinity Roji this week is joined by Dr Lerato Masemola known as Dr Lerato to her patients. She is a general medical doctor in her own private practice based in Randburg, Johannesburg. In this conversation they talk about overcoming challenges and healing, being resolute, appreciating being alive and taking that as the sign that you’ve got reason to live and commit to doing the work. A true definition of choosing the perspective that empowers you.

Dealing with Postpartum Depression

Becoming a mom is a beautiful experience that comes with so many changes. Some of these changes and challenges that a new mom faces may lead to extreme sadness, despair and anxiety. These are commonly known as baby blues and can last about a week. Longer than this though becomes concerning and may mean that the mother is suffering from Postpartum Depression. In this week’s episode, Divinity Roji is joined in studio by mother of two, Keneiloe Myoli, who talks about her experience with Postpartum Depression.

Attempting suicide to prioritizing mental wellness

Finding oneself is a challenge that is faced by many adults but imagine a child that finds themselves in that struggle. That coupled with seeing what you thought was your foundation fall apart.
There is no building anything without a foundation, without the materials to do so. One of the hardest things to is having honest conversations with ourselves where we admit we are wounded and seeking the help that we need.

How we see ourselves has such a great bearing on the things that we tolerate, the things and people that we attach our self-worth to has such a great influence on the things that we believe we deserve.
In this episode, Nthabiseng Ngoepe who is an author of The Mending of a Broken Vessel, is in studio with Divinity Roji and shares her journey of how the brokenness of her home and family led to her being broken and how she has found mending.

Perseverance through adversity

Finding purpose through pain may seem like a cliché but that is the story of Nonceba Ndukula who joined Divinity Roji in studio to share her journey. Nonceba is the founder of Nabai Foundation which provides support and mentorship to young women and girls. In this episode, she shares growing up not knowing her father, not having a relationship with her siblings, being in an abusive relationship and getting divorced, Nonceba’s journey is truly one of resilience.

Adulting in the 21st century

The term adulting refers to the assumption of tasks that relate to normal grown up life and comes with the implication that one is not particularly ready to identify as an adult. In most instances when the term is used, the person using it, feels burdened by the responsibilities of being an adult which do not come naturally to them and therefore are overwhelmed and stressed. In this episode, Divinity Roji is joined by Yvette Aloe, who is leadership developer, NLP life-coach, wellness educator and business strategist who aim’s to change the world through changing individuals. Together they talk about security and sustainability, the privilege of being able to think and figure out purpose as well as the importance of community.

Embracing healing and finding gratitude

For us to heal, we have got to be able to admit that, first we are not well and secondly that we need help. The healing journey is one that will always requires us to be intentional in showing up for ourselves. In this episode, Divinity Roji speaks to actress Nomvelo Makhanya who is also founder of Silent Crisis. Nomvelo speaks on being diagnosed with bipolar, anxiety and depression, going through bullying and being grateful for the support she has had in her journey.

We are what we eat

While food is part of our daily lives, it is not often that we think about what it is that goes into our bodies and how it makes us feel. Drawing from her life experiences and healing journey, Raine Dunn offers a variety of different services to enable people to find greater health and balance in their lives physically, mentally and spiritually.

In this week’s episode Divinity Roji has a conversation with her on the impact the food has on not just our bodies but our minds as well. We talk about focusing on giving our bodies nutrition, being deliberate about healing and the importance of equipping oneself with knowledge.

What makes our relationships healthy and well

When we considering what makes a good and healthy relationship we hardly ever actually put ourselves as the people in the relationship on the list. We have all seen the step list that consists of different do’s and don’ts, right and wrongs but miss the key component of which are the individuals that come together to make the couple.

In this episode Divinity Roji hosts relationship experts Mo and Phindi to delve into how the wellness of the individuals in a relationship is a huge contributor to the wellness of the relationship. The conversation covers boundaries, expectations, being vulnerable and establishing trust and closes off with the elements that are key in almost guaranteeing the success of being together.

What is workplace toxicity and how are we custodians of change

With a lot of people going back into the workplace and anxieties are flared, this makes us forced to face the elephant that has been in the room of work place toxicity. It is as though working from home had provided an escape that was desperately needed and employees are not feeling like they are going back into safe environments. This is the time that we can take to question where we sit in our roles by examining what kind of experiences are we contributing to. In this episode Divinity Roji is joined by Megan De Klerk and Sihle Bolani and they talk about what work place toxicity is and how we can be the agents of the change that we want to see.

Confronting dysfunction and healing from trauma

We often go through life carrying the expectation of what it will be like when we have gotten to a certain place and achieved certain things. We find ourselves romanticising the ideas of the things that we want and we feel that we need, all the while not living in reality of the present.

In this episode, Divinity Roji speaks to Nompumelelo Runji, author of How I took back my power. This conversation touches on a myriad of issues such as confronting dysfunction, overcoming self-shame, relationship tensions, social pressure and claiming back dignity and respect.

With this as the last episode of season one, may you find the courage to face your reality, to be honest with yourself and take the steps you need to in finding your way back to you.


Spirituality is such a big part of our lives and different people describe it in different ways because each experience can be subjective to one’s own journey. In this conversation with Bunny Majaja, it becomes evident that speaking about spirituality is speaking about life.

The conversation encompasses identity and purpose with a whole lot of undoing and unlearning to find one’s own path. Then of course there is the concept of holding up space and what that means in the spectrum of allowing people to find their own answers.

Imposter Syndrome and Daring Greatly

Few things, if there are any, compare going through life feeling like you are not good enough and having a listening to a little voice that makes you doubt yourself and your achievements, moreover that makes you afraid of going for the things that you want to attain.

In this episode, I speak to Omila Gqoboka about the effect that the imposter syndrome has had in her life, how she continuously overcomes it and how she has dared the odds in creating the life that she wanted to live.

This conversation flowed from embracing change, confronting insecurities to identity and family life and of course holding up space in such a beautiful way.

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