It is evident that people have no respect for the deceased. The late Sfiso Ncwane’s home has been torn apart by heartless vandals.
The gospel super star passed away in 2016. Sfiso made a huge contribution to the gospel industry and worked extremely hard for what he had. His name has not been remembered for nothing.
Briefly.co.za learnt that, in his absence, moral-less people have stolen and defaced the possessions that he worked so incredibly hard for. It is actually shocking.
Sfiso’s home in Adams Mission, Durban, was vandalised. Vandals have ripped it apart and turned it in to something that it was never meant to be. He must be turning in his grave.
Reports have stated that the abandoned house has turned into a crime hub. All of Sfiso’s belongings, right down to the windows and bricks of his home have been stolen.
Ilanga Langesonto newspaper reported that Adams Mission's chief, Mbongeni Makhanya confirmed Sfiso having a home in the Durban area.
Unfortunately the horrific situation can only be rectified once Ayanda Ncwane, the deceased’s wife, makes a decision on what she wants to do with the derelict property.
It is mind-blowing and extremely sad to see that people have such little care and respect for the property of others, especially that of the deceased.
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