YEARS of marriage can drain the romance out of a relationship.
And Ayanda Ncwane knows it. After nine years of being married to gospel star Sfiso Ncwane, she has her own recipe to keep the passion alive.
Ayanda is quoted in Drum magazine as saying: "You pray, you cook and you twerk for your husband. He needs to find twerking at home. As much as I'm a wife, I can't afford to stop being a girlfriend. When we close the bedroom door, it's not time to pray. Intimacy is very important. You can't downplay intimacy."
She added that although her husband’s female “groupies” can get carried away, they didn’t really bother her.
The award-winning gospel singer has had to weather some controversies and must appreciate his devoted wife. Last year Sfiso made headlines when his mother, Fikile Ncwane, said she sometimes went to bed hungry.
This was just after Sfiso donated a R2 million car to his pastor, Reverend Francis Anosike.