Ayanda Ncwane posted a sweet message in remembrance of her late husband, Sfiso Ncwane, on his 40th birthday.
Ayanda took to her Instagram account two days ago in remembrance of her late husband Sfiso's 40th birthday that day. The muso's life was cut short after he suffered kidney failure at the age of 37.
His wife, Ayanda, is doing everything she can to keep his memory alive,especially with his fans by sharing video clips of him performing and photos from his gigs on social media.
To commemorate what would have been her husband's 40th birthday, Ayanda shared a video clip of Sfiso performing and she wrote: "This day....21 April, 40 years ago, you were born. I will forever celebrate you and love you Gwamanda ❤️. I Zulu labona kukuhle ukuba nawe. Rest Well Myen’Wam❤️".
Her Instagram post was viewed more than 82 200 times and received 630 comments, most of which were wishing the late muso a happy Heavenly birthday.
Here are a few messages from Ayanda's post:
Nhlanhla_nciza: "Wow, this live rendition of Kulungile . You were blessed sis, we were all blessed and still are❤️"
Callme_shokie: "Just lost my brother today, this is exactly what I needed to hear. Thank you."
Vusinova1: "Kodwa bawo! What a talent!"
Zcndlovu: "what I like about you is that you loved your husband whilst he was stiĺl alive. we saw you on his side all the time. wherever he is, he knows this fact and will always look down at your with a smile of satisfaction. the whole nation is aware of the love that you had and still have for your husband. may we all learn to love our partners before they're taken away from us. God bless you Mrs Ncwane."
Winkisj: "Jesus yes Lord hallelujah Rest easy Baba."
Faithdivine_boutique: "Much love sis, We continue to celebrate his life."
Two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Ayanda Ncwane's life changed when she met her best friend and soulmate, Sfiso Ncwane, and it changed again when she lost him to kidney failure on 5 December, 2016.
To this day, Sfiso's name remains etched in Ayanda's heart, and she showed just how much she loves her late husband when she paid tribute to him and posed for a snap with his many awards.
Ayanda, who published a book in his honour, said she was cleaning Sfiso's mini-gallery, the most priceless room in the house, when she thought she'd pose for a pic with his awards. Briefly.co.za noticed that Ayanda also took the opportunity to remind Mzansi of the contribution that Sfiso made to South African music.
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