The Ncwane family reached out to Daily Sun in order to send an indirect message to Nonku Williams, saying they miss their grandchild Nothile. After the very first episode of Real Housewives Of Durban premiered last week Friday, we got introduced to Nonku who revealed that she is the late
The reality show really has us intrigued, not only by the lavish lives these women live, but the drama that they bring. Nonku Williams is a businesswoman who is also the founder of Ashes to Beauty Winery. The interesting figure is also apparently into construction and is a mother of three. One of her three children, Nothile is the daughter of the late Sfiso Ncwane.
When she revealed this to Ayanda towards the end of the first episode of the reality series, Ayanda was startled by this revelation. Nonku also hinted that Ayanda knows of her but we would have to wait for the next episode to get more insight of the two women’s history.
Thanks to the Ncwane family, they made things more clear and speaking to Daily Sun, the late Gospel star’s mother revealed that Nonku and their grandchild used to visit them back home in the South Coast. However the last time they saw their granddaughter was when she was just learning how to walk.
The family did confirm that Nonku and Sfiso were an item a long time ago, and when they broke up a baby was already in the picture. They also highlighted that the Gospel star dated Ayanda Ncwane and Nonku at the same time. Shortly after parting ways, Sfiso married Ayanda.
His widow also knew about the affair and lamented all this in her book she wrote in memory of the late Gospel star. Their time apart made Sfiso want to pursue another relationship with this woman Nonku and the birth of their child did not sit well with Ayanda.
We now understand why Nonku is not too fond of Ayanda and the constant eye-rolling as well as the snide remarks she made were indicative of that. When the ladies commended Ayanda’s bravery and her ability to be both a mother and a father to her children, she said it was not easy as the children need her.