Sfiso Ncwane’s Funeral Arrangements


Details of the arrangements for the final funeral and memorial rites for late gospel singer Sfiso Ncwane have been confirmed.

Sfiso Ncwane’s funeral arrangements come after the family confirmed the untimely demise of the gospel star.

Consequently, a family spokesperson for the Ncwanes confirmed that the singing sensation will be laid to rest among other heroes at Heroes Acre in Chesterville‚ Durban.

Here are the details for Sfiso Ncwane’s Funeral Arrangements

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Thursday: Memorial

Venue: eThekwini Community Church‚ Durban

Time: 11am

All are welcome to attend

Friday:  Memorial

Venue: Grace Bible Church‚ Soweto

Time: 11am

All are welcome to attend

Saturday:  Funeral

Venue: Moses Mabhida Stadium‚ Durban

Time: 9am

The funeral service will be followed by internment at the Heroes Acre in Chesterville.

News of Sfiso Ncwane’s death in Johannesburg on Monday morning sent shock waves through the South African entertainment community and the country at large. The family’s spokesperson Sipho Makhabane confirmed the sad news, saying;

“Yes, I can confirmed (sic) that he passed this morning at about 09:00 at the hospital, they’re still investigating, but it looks like kidney failure.” It was also confirmed that Sfiso was rushed to hospital on Sunday night.

“His wife called the paramedics. He was feeling weak and he was admitted to hospital at 7.30pm,” Makhabane added.

However, it wasn’t up to 24 hours after the health crisis that the gospel star gave up the the ghost. Subsequently, we were able to confirm from the family that Sfiso Ncwane’s death was caused by kidney failure.

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Earlier this year, the award-winning gospel star pleaded with fans, asking for their prayers. “Please put me in Prayers I’m not well,” he wrote on social media at the time.

His two young sons took to social media on Tuesday to pay tribute to a father whom they loved and respected so much.