Sibongile Mofokeng shows
Sibongile Mofokeng is a seasoned presenter at Radio Pulpit. She was born at Elizabeth Ross Hospital in the central-eastern part of South Africa in QwaQwa and raised in Mabopane Township, where she matriculated.
Bongile studied medicine for a year and a half before discovering her love for broadcasting. For four years, she was also a music organiser at the Student Christian Movement on campus and responsible for the music in all gatherings, the SCM Choir and the SCM Worship Team. She also assisted with technical work behind the camera capturing special SCM services or editing.
In 2007 she gave birth to her son, Prosper Bohlale Mofokeng, whom she sees as her Little King. In 2011, he was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and Autism. She regularly shares about her journey with Prosper and the miracle of her son. Nine months after his birth, Sibongile and her husband separated and later finalised their divorce in 2011. She openly shares her testimony whenever she’s invited to share her journey, at ladies gatherings, churches and with married couples, discouraging divorce. She says divorce is a “corroding spirit.” and shares lessons from her journeys. She hopes to help others heal. To assist in their life journeys and to see the goodness of the Lord in every challenge they face.
In 2003 she graduated from the North-West University in Mafikeng with a Bachelors of Arts in Communications. Sibongile majored in Media and Psychology. However, the journey to her graduation was not easy as her father passed away during that time.
I only realised years later the impact his death had on my life. At first, I had to be strong and just push on. I later had to get the healing that was needed from losing my Dad.
Sibongile Radio Pulpit
Sibongile Mofokeng became a full-time presenter at Radio Pulpit in 2003 and served as a Production Assistant in the same year, and later as Assistant Producer at Gospel Gold. She also worked as a floor manager and minor editor of Heartbeat, the Pulpit Media Group’s television programmes produced for the national broadcasters, the SABC and MNet. She is also a speaker and master of ceremonies.
Over many years, listeners grew fond of her distinct voice. She hopes that listeners will see our Lord Jesus in her because there is no other way for her to impact them except if He will do it through her.
I am just a voice and sometimes the face. There is nothing I can do on my own, without Him doing it.