“The channel offered their support to the families affected and urged the public to respect the their privacy at this time. As our former OPW presenter, Mzansi Magic would appreciate you give both families the respect and privacy during this grieving process.
“Kayise will not be doing any interviews regarding this matter,” read the statement issued on behalf of Mzansi Magic, following the tragedy that Ngqula’s husband.
At that time, Mzansi Magic pleaded with the media to give the family some privacy in their time of mourning.
A month down the line, former Our Perfect Wedding (OPW) presenter, Kayise finally opens up, on how she is feeling more than 30 days after she lost her husband in a car crash.
According to DRUM, the former presenter took it to social media website ‘Instagram’ recently, opening up on how she is still finding it hard to adjust to a new life without her loving husband Farai Sibanda who succumbed to injuries sustained from a car accident that happened in Sandton last month.
They had been married to Sibanda who is of Zimbabwean origin, for 10 years.
With the pain of losing her husband still vividly fresh in her mind, Kayise narrates the horrific morning she and her darling husband were involved in a car accident, that took his life. As brave as she is, she couldn’t find the right words to tell how she was coping.
But made it perfectly clear that her heart is still bleeding from the sad loss of her husband; "I am slowly recuperating from the injuries I sustained however my heart is far from healing. For now, this is all I can manage, till then continue to keep me in your prayers."
She had to summon the bravery in her to write the note, thanking those who rendered emotional support through phone calls, texts and prayers, and urged the to continue doing so.
Kayise who was born on 13 May 1991 in East London, is a very popular television personality, famed with OPW, she is also an actor. And later moved to Pretoria, where she graduated from The Glen High School in 2008.
She appeared on TV for the first time in an SABC1 series ‘Mina Nawe,’ playing the role of Portia. Her next appearance was in 2016, when she had a guest role as journalist in Mzansi Magic’s It is Complicated, before she finally landed the presenter role of OPW.
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Today marks exactly a month ago since that horrific morning my darling husband and I were involved in a car accident. I certainly don’t have the words to explicitly express how I’m coping without him, the pain is too great. I did however feel strong enough to type this caption out to simply say thank you for all of you who have carried my pain and reached out. The DMs, calls, messages,texts…I’ll eventually find the courage to respond to all of them. I’m overwhelmed by the kind of support and love you’ve shown and for that I say thank you a million times over. I am slowly recuperating from the injuries I sustained however my heart is far from healing. For now, this is all I can manage, till then continue to keep me in your prayers.