Editor’s Voice: The week started off on a sad note

The week started off on a sad note with the passing of gospel stalwart, Sfiso Ncwane. He died from kidney failure on Monday morning.
The news was shocking and has shocked the entire country. Sfiso was a blessing to many gospel fans.

His songs had a healing effect on the sick and uplifted as well as fulfilled many of those who listened to them.
He has accomplished great things as a young artist.

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I had the privilege of meeting him way back when he was marketing himself around Johannesburg. It was a rough road that he had travelled, but he eventually became a household name and lived in accordance with the songs that he had released throughout the years.

If we talk about someone who shook the world whenever he performed, that person is Sfiso. He featured at many festivals, and was able to fit in wherever he went because he had such wonderful charisma that led many people to follow in his footsteps and believe in the wisdom and power of God.

If you listened to, and appreciated Sfiso’s music, then you surely were sanctified by his heavenly lyrics. If you enjoyed Sfiso’s music, please purchase his collection and keep his legacy alive.
May his soul rest in peace.

FACEBOOK COMMENTS
Gugu Nyarenda – My heart is broken.
Lulama Sibanyoni – Umoyawakhe angaungalala ngokuthula Amen.
Thulie Thabethe – May his soul rest in peace.
Phindile Phindile – Eish bhut.

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