The good days begin: Ayanda Ncwane wins two new awards


The good days begin: Ayanda Ncwane wins two new awards

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Durban- It’s been four years, and December will mark the fifth anniversary of the iconic gospel artist Sfiso Ncwane’s death. Although he is no longer among us, he is not forgotten. Ayanda Ncwane, his widow, was left to continue his legacy.

Ayanda has been through a lot since Sfiso’s death, including being suspected of dating another group’s main singer. We have witnessed young famous widows dating and marrying other individuals after their mourning phase for their beloved husband had ended.

Despite the allegations that Ayanda dated an Abathandwa member, she remained focused on her business, Ncwane Communications, and secured its growth.

Ayanda Ncwane’s contribution to the brand Sfiso Ncwane is well-known. Although she met him while he was already a singer, she was instrumental in reviving his career. Today, Sfiso Ncwane is a SAMA record of the year winner, all thanks to Ayanda.

The continued popularity of Sfiso’s music is entirely due to Ayanda and her critical contribution. The truth is, Ayanda turned things around and significantly improved Sfiso’s life and music.

Regrettably, she did not spend nearly enough time with him as she hoped, and death separated them just as they were about to exchange vows.

We commend Ayanda for preserving her husband’s legacy even after he passed away. Ayanda has been an incredible asset to the Ncwane Communications company that they founded together, transforming it for the better.

Four years later, she has been recognized with two industry awards for her illustrious work.

The artist manager and ‘Real Housewives of Durban’ star took up both the Positive Impact Music Award and the Best Dressed Award at the weekend’s Clima Africa Awards.

She shared the following on Instagram:

“Glory to God. We WON TWO AWARDS IN NIGERIA LAST NIGHT AT THE @Climamagazine awards

“Many thanks, Clima Africa Awards. I’d like to give God Almighty the honor and glory he deserves. Tonight is the most important night in the music industry, specifically the Gospel Music Industry. “I’d like to express my gratitude for the honors I’ve earned tonight, which I do not take lightly,” she remarked during her acceptance speech.


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“For the last decade, I’ve been the industry’s captain, and I’ve travelled this path with a lot of love from our Nigerian brothers and sisters. It means a great deal to me and, of course, my profession,” she explained.

Ayanda got the International Outstanding Music Promoter and Brand Manager of the Decade Award earlier this year in London.

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