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Ayanda Ncwane Reportedly Struggling To Keep Late Sfiso Ncwane’s Business Afloat, Owing The SARS R2 Million

It looks like these are not the best of times for Ayanda Ncwane, the late gospel musician Sfiso Ncwane’s partner, as she is reportedly owing the taxman R2 million.

The reality TV star (she was one of the cast members of the Real Housewives of Durban) is said to be struggling to keep her late husband Sfiso Ncwane’s recording company Ncwane Communications, which is reportedly owing the South African Revenue Service (SARS) about R2 million.

She had taken over the company following her husband’s death in 2016. Since then, she had reportedly gotten into one difficulty or the other managing the company and had to remove herself as the sole director of the company.

In her place, she had added her younger brother Phupho Nkosiyazi Gumede, a stylist who has worked with several celebs in the Rainbow Nation.

The change of directorship has apparently not changed the company’s fortunes and the taxman is reportedly still on Ayanda’s heels. She was reportedly given 10 business days in April to settle her tax bill but failed to do so. Now, procedures are said to be underway to wind down the company.

It remains to be seen how things will turn out ultimately. South Africans are watching.

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