- Reality TV star Ayanda Ncwane recently shared a beautiful picture of her family, the Gumedes
- The starlet admitted that the moment made her miss her mother immensely, who recently passed away
- Mzansi social media users shared kind words with Ayanda and complimented her on looking stunning as usual
Ayanda Ncwane recently took to social media to share a beautiful photo of her family, the Gumedes. The widow, who lost her husband S’fiso a few years back, recently lost her mother.
Her absence was felt as the family took the photo but they also appreciated the opportunity to still be together. Posting the picture on Instagram, Ayanda captioned it:
“Home without mom feels empty but they make going home much easier & feels warm enough."
The media personality, of course, looked absolutely gorgeous in the picture. Social media users all agreed that she was stunning.
Instagram user missdestiny123 said:
"Beautiful family honey."
"I know sisi. It always break my heart when I think about going home because she is no more. It will get better some day."
"A family that prays together stays together."
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Ayanda Ncwane has joined the cast of The Real Housewives of Durban. Ayanda is the wife of late award-winning gospel artist S'fiso Ncwane.
The highly-anticipated reality TV show is expected to make its debut on 1 Magic on 29 January. Ayanda will be joined by other prominent women from Durban such as former President Jacob Zuma's baby mama Nonkanyiso Conco, Anne-Tonni Lodick, Nonku Williams, Sorisha Naidoo and Kgomotso Ndungane.
According to entertainment commentator Phil Mpela, Ayanda owns an artists management and entertainment business that is said to be keeping Sfiso’s legacy alive.
Mzansi social media users have shared mixed reactions to Phil's post. Check out some of their comments below:
"How does a widow feature on a show about wives? Death dissolves marriage."
"I’m here for her stylist. That guy knows how to dress her... Period."
"These shows are useless, they're taking too much space. Young people need to watch programmes that show how African resources are being manipulated by Europeans."
"SBWL uMam'Mkhize to be part of this cast kengoku."
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