Tea, Talk & Tissues: Sfiso Ncwane’s Widow Ayanda Gets Her Own TV Talk Show


Late gospel singer Sfiso Ncwane’s widow Ayanda has scored a talk show where she aims at motivating and inspiring women.

Ayanda Ncwane will host a talk show called Tea, Talk and Tissues with Ayanda Ncwane on internet TV channel RitaVac TV. As the name indicates, the show will throw more light on the challenges most women have to live with.

“Girl, if you think you are going through stuff … wait until you hear what other women deal with each day,” says Ayanda about the show.

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The show which debuts in June will see Ayanda sit down with ordinary women from different walks of life to discuss the challenges in their lives. Most importantly, she will discuss the pains they have passed through and how they were able to pull through.

Though she didn’t reveal much about the show, Ayanda is overly excited that she’s getting the opportunity to make a difference.

Speaking of the idea behind the title of the show, she said;

“When women are about to get real and pour out emotions etc, we sit down and make some tea and then we talk but of course we need tissues, as all our conversations end with tears [of laughter or pain] … Tea, Talk and Tissues with Ayanda Ncwane coming soon.”

Apparently, the cameras have started rolling on the show ahead of its debut in a few weeks. According to the channel’s founder and director Themba Ndala Ayanda was chosen to host the show because of the amount of strength she exhibited post her husband’s death late last year.

“We pitched the idea to Ayanda because we were inspired by her strength and resolve in the face of difficulties. She inspires so many women around her to be strong and we felt that she could really add to the channel,” Themba said

He added that RitaVac is about inspiring youth and young adults to be better and to make a difference wherever they are.

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Despite her loss, Sfiso Ncwane’s widow Ayanda found a way to live above her pains. She has even found the strength to share messages of hope and encouragement on social media. She encourages several women to move on in the face of difficulties. As a result, she was recently invited to an event to encourage women on how to rise above their pain.