28 September 2021
Writer: Sphe J Hadebe
Durban- It has been four years and December will mark five years since the legendary gospel musician, Sfiso Ncwane passed on. He may be gone but he is not forgotten. His widow, Ayanda Ncwane was left to carry on the legacy he left behind.
Ayanda has been through a lot since Sfiso died and has been accused that she is dating someone else who is the lead singer of the group in their label. We have seen young celebrity widows moving on and dating other people and even marries them after they have completed the mourning period for their beloved husband.
With all the claims linking Ayanda to dating a member of Abathandwa, she continued to focus on her company, Ncwane Communications and ensured the development of it.
It is common knowledge that Ayanda Ncwane was the brains behind the brand Sfiso Ncwane. Although she met him when he was already a singer but she did an incredible job in ensuring that his career turns around for the better. Sfiso Ncwane today is known as a SAMA record of the year winner,all because of Ayanda.
The success in Sfiso's music that still exists today is all becauseof Ayanda and the vital role she played. Truth of the matter, Ayanda turned around things and transformed Sfiso's life and music for the better.
Sadly,she did not spend much time with him asmuch as she intended and death did them apart, just as they made the vows.
Something good that we applaud is the fact that Ayanda continued with the legacy of her husband even when he has departed this earth. Ayanda has done incredibly job in the Ncwane Communications that they formed together and she transformed it for the better.
Four years later, she has received two awards for her renowned work in the industry.
The artist manager and 'Real Housewives of Durban' star won the Positive Impact Music Award and the Best Dressed Award at the Clima Africa Awards over the weekend.
Taking to Instagram, she posted:
"To God be Glory. Last night we WON 2 awards in Nigeria 🇳🇬 at the @Climamagazine_awards
"Thanks so much Clima Africa Awards. I'd like to give honour and glory to God Almighty. Tonight is the biggest night in the music industry, of course the Gospel Music Industry. Thank you the awards that I've received tonight and I don't take it for grated," she said in her acceptance speech.
"For the past decade, I've been the captain of the industry and I've walked this journey with a lot, receiving so much love through our fellow brothers and sisters all the way from Nigeria. It means a lot to me and my career of course," she said.
Earlier on this year, Ayanda won the International Outstanding Music Promoter and Brand Manager of the Decade Award in London.
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