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Ayanda Ncwane Quits ‘The Real Housewives Of Durban’ After One Season!

According to a new report, Ayanda Ncwane is leaving The Real Housewives of Durban after just one season. 

Ncwane, the widow of multi-award-winning gospel sensation Sifiso Ncwane, has decided to walk away from the show because it was damaging her brand and her late husband’s legacy.

“She feels like the show doesn’t respect her hubby’s legacy, which is something she has been trying to preserve,” a source told Sunday World.

Another source said Ncwane felt like the show had portrayed her in a negative way. Ayanda’s departure was even discussed at one of the production meetings.

Another source in Durban claims that Ncwane is working on her own show while another source said the producers had not yet made up their minds on whether to replace her.

“She carries the show, they are going to have to find someone as strong and as interesting as her brand,” said the source.

According to the source, the producers of the show wanted her to be dramatic.

“She feels that is not her and that dents her image and the legacy of her late husband,” the source told Sunday World.

Another source said it was always difficult to shoot with Ncwane because she was based in Joburg and the producers had to rent her a place. The producers insisted that she move to Durban to shoot,” added the source.

The source said that the series did not sit well with her: “She felt she was lying to the viewers about her area code.

“Sadly, the producers of Real Housewives of Durban are not properly schooled on the format and keep making mistakes, like forcing the cast to do things they’re uncomfortable with.”

When the publication contacted Ayanda about her exit, she said, “I would rather not comment about this.”

MultiChoice channel director Nomsa Philiso said she was not aware that Ncwane was quitting the series because they just started working with the Housewives.

“I was not aware, we have only started working on season two,” she told Sunday World.


Photo Credit: Courtesy via Ayanda NcWane/Instagram