The woman known as Fikile Irine Ncwane is Ayanda Ncwane's mother-in-law. She was Sfiso Ncwane's mother before her son passed away. In 2015, Fikile rose to prominence after claiming that her late son, Sfiso Ncwane, did not buy her food because he saw that she had an empty refrigerator despite the fact that he was living a comfortable life. It is stated that Ayanda Ncwane and her mother-in-law do not get along, despite the fact that she is Ayanda's mother-in-law. Fikile lives in KwaZulu-Natal. When his late son Sfiso purchased an AMG for his spiritual pastor in 2015, she was not pleased with the gift.
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