[WATCH] 'You only came to break records, goodnight my love' Sfiso Ncwane letter

Award-winning gospel artist Sfiso Ncwane is at resting in peace now, but will always be remembered for his healing music of worship and praise.

This was the message shared by his fans, family and gospel colleagues at his memorial service held at the Grace Bible Church in Soweto today.

Yesterday KwaZulu-Natal fans gathered at eThekwini Community Church to say their final goodbyes to the Port Shepstone born gospel superstar.

Watch Ayanda Ncwane's letter being read at the memorial service...


This article first appeared on 702 : [WATCH] 'You only came to break records, goodnight my love' Sfiso Ncwane letter


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