She has the plug and the bling too. Since the death of her husband S’fiso Ncwane, Ayanda Ncwane still glows, and she that fav TV personality we all love to hate.
Ayanda is a celebrated actress, business mogul and model. Her thrust into the limelight came in the backdrop of her marriage with the late multi-award-winning gospel singer S’fiso Ncwane. She doubled as S’fiso’s manager and business associate.
However, in recent years she has managed to build an empire for herself with various million-dollar deals. Apart from that, she is also the brains behind the Ayanda Ncwane Women’s Carnival.
She has a rag to riches story to tell. It’s hard to believe that Ayanda Ncwanae had to be a restaurant waitress at some point to make ends meet.
Soon after matriculating, the bubbly personality decided to pursue modelling. Fortune favours the bold. After contesting for Miss Teen Durban, she then saw herself being the next Miss Teen South Africa.
Her modelling prowess saw her relocating from Durban to Johannesburg. However, things went south after two years in Jozi, and she turned to odd jobs to make ends meet. During these trying times, she did her auditions and managed to secure gigs on small screens. She starred on Generations and Isidingo as an extra. However, in the mix of things whilst at the age of 18-years, she met the love of her life.
The two tied the knot in 2002, and in 2016 S’fiso Ncwane died from kidney failure. He left behind two children Ngcweti Ncwane and Mawenza Ncwane. In recent years Ayanda has been rumoured to be dating a business mogul from Durban, but no evidence has been brought forward.
A few months ago, the celebrated actress saw herself trending after being cast of the Real House Wives Of Durban. She had to call it quits from the reality show after one of the participants dropped a bombshell that she had a daughter with S’fiso.
However, it was confirmed as Ncwane’s relatives confirmed that they were very aware of the daughter they wished to reunite with.
In the mix of things, Ayanda’s brands and endorsement deals were given a toll by this, forcing her to quit the show. Well, in the mix of things, Mzansi has wondered how old is Ayanda Ncwane. No doubt she is older than we all thought, and it seems as if her youthful looks have been deceiving us all along. The on-air personality was born on 9 August 1983.