Nyoga Yomfula (Dayle McLeod)

Multi-Hyphenate Artist, Sangoma & Birth/Death Doula

Makhosi Nyoga Yomfula (Zulu translation 'King River Snake') (*colonial name* Dayle McLeod) is a  Multi-disciplinary Artist, South African Sangoma & Birth/Death Doula from Alliston, Ontario, Canada and operating out of the Catskills Mountains in New York. 

As an actor you've seen her on Amazon's 'The Expanse', the CW's 'Burden of Truth' & 'The L.A Complex'. She can be seen next in the' Orphan Black' reboot, 'Echos' and the new Toronto edition of 'Law and Order'.

Her folk music albums 'In Bloom' and 'Snakes' have been featured in a number of film and television productions including CTV's 'Kims Convenience',  Mary Harron's  film; 'Charlie Says' and Sam Coyle's award winning web series 'Avocado Toast'.

She is currently completing her first documentary short that followed her initiation as a sangoma in South Africa,  commissioned by the Toronto Arts Council and Canada Council for the Artss, expected to premier in 2024.

Dayle  lives in Tkaronto, Canada with her dog, Mr.Peanut Butter, where she is an active community member.