Multi-billionaire business mogul Dr. Sisa Ngebulana and Ayanda to host their white wedding in Paris. Their relationship is a fantasy. Dr. Sisa Michael Ngebulana, a lawyer, executive chairman, and the only owner of the multibillion-rand property company, wed Ayanda Ngebulana, a Pietermaritzburg native, in 2019. The power couple is currently getting ready for their elegant white wedding at a gorgeous location in Paris.
Mogul Dr. Sisa Ngebulana and Ayanda to host their white wedding in Paris
Dr. Sisa Ngebulana and Ayanda traditional wedding
2019 saw the traditional wedding of the couple, which was held in Ayanda’s hometown. Business partners and media personality Minnie Dlamini and her ex-husband Quinton attended the customary festivities. Basetsana Kumalo, an entrepreneur and television personality, Mzwandile Masina and his wife Sinazo, Dr. Anna Mokgokong, Vivian Reddy, and influencer Kefilwe Mabote are just a few examples.
“The wedding met their standards and I know for a fact the white wedding will even be of a bar higher,” says a close friend.
The owner of The Billion Group Limited and Rebosis Property Fund Limited and his bride will celebrate their pre-wedding dinner in the secluded and romantic Chteau de Challain-la-Potherie in France in all-white smart casual attire. The wedding festivities will take place on June 1.
“Some of the friends and business associates have already started travelling so they get a taste of France before the big celebrations,” a close friend says. “What a lovely couple, so warm and kind. Sisa chose well.”
Born and raised in the Eastern Cape city of Mthatha. Dr. Sisa relocated from his homeland in order to fulfill his ambitions. Rebosis Property Fund was the first black-managed and largely black-held property fund to be listed on the JSE when he first did so in 2011. He abides by the maxim that success comes from hardship.
“My grandmother made us strong,” he told entrepreneur.com during an interview. Sisa was taught at an early age that while there is no guarantee of success but if you foster good habits and are disciplined, driven, self-reliant and able to take accountability for your actions and decisions, you have a much higher chance of achieving your goals. He grew up in a home with 12 to 15 people. “We were all always working. Every day, my grandmother woke us up early and instructed us to find something to do. ‘You have two hands and two eyes,’ she’d say. “You’re blessed. Now go and use them.’ She gave us the tools to make something of ourselves, but it was up to us to use them.”