Fekile Ncwane is the biological mother of the late gospel legend Sfiso Ncwane. That makes her the mother in law of Ayanda Ncwane and a grandmother to her children. Fikile surfaced to the spotlight when she went to media and accused his son of not taking care of her.She mentioned that her fridge was empty.It is not known is whether her allegations were true or she was just seeking public sympathy and fame.
Rumours says she and Ayanda don't get along.They don't have mother and daughter relationship. It seems their squabbles started when Sfiso was still alive and escalated with his funeral.
Whatever happened between the two they must finds a way to get along as they are somehow joint as a family.
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