Sfiso Ncwane, the late gospel singer’s children are taking their step mother Ayanda Ncwane to the High Court after claims that she faked their father’s will.

They are demanding a share of their late father’s property. They also want Ayanda to be removed as the executor of the estate because they say she is dishonest.

The two children Snqobile Mzelemu and Sduduzo Dlamini have taken their step mother to the Master of High Court. The duo is represented by their mother Pinky Dlamini.

Pinky and her children said Sfiso used to maintain them, catering for all their needs when he was alive. Since his death they are struggling to survive.

According to a will that is being kept by Ayanda she is the sole beneficiary leaving out all the other children born out of wedlock.

There is a strong belief that Sfiso died without a will and then someone is responsible for drafting the will that is being kept by Ayanda after Sfiso Ncwane’s death.

It is also reported that Ayanda failed to declare Sfiso Ncwane’s assets to the Master of High Court. She only declared two old cars and a house. She left all the other cars, land and property that belonged to her late husband.