Emotional Moment Ayanda Ncwane Visits And Comforts Family Who Lost Their Members Due To Floods.

AYANDA Ncwane comforts family members who have lost loved ones Photo: FACEBOOK

The plight of the Ndwedwe people affected by the floods has also affected local celebrity and well-known Real Housewives of Durban (Rhod) star Ayanda Ncwane.

The Clientele Life ambassador visited the local community on Thursday to offer condolences and tears to the bereaved.

Ayanda Ncwane is saddened by the plight of a family that has lost relatives. Photo: FACEBOOK

He said he was heartbroken by the plight of the people in this rural area with no infrastructure.

“Feeling the worst of the bereaved families and communities has saddened me. What has happened has happened.” He arrived at the store with clothes and food parcels to mourn the families. He was accompanied by his faith group, the Beloved.

Ayanda, the widow of faith-based music star Sifiso Ncwane, urged local businessmen to throw a stone at her. “Many families are still waiting for help.

Food vouchers, donations and blankets, prayers and a word of hope are what we can offer right now but after the funeral families will need more than that. He thanked the Nsuze and Ndwedwe police stations for their role.

Ayanda Ncwane is saddened by the plight of a family that has lost relatives. Photo: FACEBOOK

Ayanda also took action on the water crisis. He said water was coming but it would not spread to the rest of Ndwedwe. “However we will try our best to reach as many people as possible,” Ayanda concluded.

According to a statement sent to the media by the Office of the Premier of KwaZulu-Natal, eThekwini is the region most affected by the floods as it was the worst hit by floods in KwaZulu-Natal earlier this week. Of the more than 395 bodies, Durban has more than 355.




A statement from the premier stated that Ilembe was second in power with 28 people, Gu with six, King Cetshwayo with four and Umzinyathi with two.

“As of today (we said yesterday) the number of victims is 40,723 … We still include the number of missing people. The injured are still 55. More than 248 schools were destroyed,” the statement said.

With many areas being abandoned due to a lack of electricity and water, the statement reassured the public that the government was doing everything possible to restore order.

“Electricity eThekwini is the worst affected. (However) we have been informed by the mayor that electricity has been restored in many parts of the city and only three power stations have been shut down due to severe damage, namely Wentworth, Toyota and Prospecton.

Our teams are working around the clock to restore electricity in the vicinity of Inanda Dam. ” “As a result many places have no water. The Tongaat Waterworks that was supplying water to the Tongaat community has been badly damaged, which will hurt the community as they will have to wait months for it to be processed.

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