Ayanda Ncwane was first introduced to the world as the wife of the late gospel legend Sfiso Ncwane. However, more recently, she is better known as the beloved reality star from the first season of the hit Showmax reality show The Real Housewives of Durban.
However, following her contentious season which saw her being cast alongside Sfiso’s alleged “other woman” Nonku Williams, and all the drama that ensued, Ayanda did not return on the second or most recent third season.
But, this did not mean that the wealthy reality star and businesswoman were not earning a bag at this time. This is because she is the owner of Ncwane Communications.
A communications company that hosts gospel events and was the management company for the gospel all-male group Abathandwa.
Now it seems that Ayanda is ready to diversify yet again as she recently shared her new spiritual journey. Ayanda Ncwan accepts her calling
The last time that Ayanda Ncwane shared any posts on Instagram before her recent return was when she shared images from her business class international trip to Paris, France.
Since then, which was back in April 2023, she had not shared any other posts. This was until she returned to social media and shared while very tearful sharing how her life is taking a different direction. In her Instagram post, she alludes to having to accept her calling.
However, this is not to be mistaken with a traditional healing calling. Instead, this was a calling to “serve” God and the purpose He has imparted within her.
In the video in question, Ayanda explains her near-death experience in April 2023, when she was called by God to accept her calling or die.
She explains that has been aware of said calling for years. But she had never accepted it until it was that or death.
As such, she shared the video as the official first video on her YouTube channel. Arguably, watching the entire 25 minutes and some seconds is really hard to do with the overlaying music making it difficult to listen.
Therefore, it is hard to know what is next. But it seems that Ayanda is gearing up to start a congregation of some sort that will allow her to share her “testimonies.”
Upon the video and Ayanda’s sentiments being shared on social media, the public has had different reactions to her recent debut religiously charged testimony…
Lmaoooo Ayanda Ncwane le drama 😭😭😩😩
— Tidimalo… (@_Queen_Fifi) June 7, 2023
Ayanda Ncwane has a YouTube channel now.
She almost died and now she's answering her call.
— DMM (@Millz_Mosome) June 6, 2023
The way I balled my eyes out while I was watching her video 🏾
— leeeseko (@leesekogoba) June 7, 2023
Source | ZAlebs