AFTER the death of gospel star Sfiso Ncwane, his wife Ayanda Ncwane was left with a broken heart. But it seems like she has healed as she now has the strength to help heal other women spiritually.
The businesswoman will use her experience to give other women advise on how to use spirituality to deal with the loss of loved ones. Ayanda is set to provide spiritual support to other women who have lost hope after the loss of their loved ones as she too had to learn to heal and life after Sfiso Ncwane.
She will unpack the how’s at the Durban ICC this Saturday (17 August) during the Luncheon with Thobeka Madiba Zuma, the wife of former president Jacob Zuma.
The purpose of the event is to celebrate women and girl children as part of the Women‘s month celebrations.
Ayanda said: “There are so many girls and women who are struggling to move on because they are broken spiritually. We need spiritual warriors, who are able to conquer the world despite what they have been through.
“We need strong women who are able to uplift others and beat the pull down syndrome. I was able to make it even after bab’ Ncwane’s passing because I was surrounded by the positive women, spiritual warriors,” she explained.
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