Their love is like a fairy tale. Lawyer, executive chairperson, and sole owner of the multi-billion-rand property company, Dr Sisa Michael Ngebulana married his sweetheart and Pietermaritzburg-born Ayanda Ngebulana in 2019. The power couple is now warming up to celebrate their glamorous white wedding at a picturesque venue in Paris.
THE TRADITIONAL WEDDING
The couple celebrated their traditional wedding in 2019 in Ayandaâ€™s hometown. The traditional celebrations were attended by business associates and media personality Minnie Dlamini and her ex-husband Quinton. TV personality and businesswoman Basetsana Kumalo, Mzwandile Masina and his wife Sinazo, Dr. Anna Mokgokong, Vivian Reddy and influencer Kefilwe Mabote to name a few. "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.
A FABULOUS AFFAIR
The Billion Group Limited and Rebosis Property Fund Limited owner and his bride will celebrate their pre-party at an All-white Smart Casual Dress rehearsal dinner at the highly secured and dreamy ChÃ¢teau de Challain-la-Potherie in France and the wedding celebrations will take place on 1 June. "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 Mthatha in the Eastern Cap. Dr. Sisa left his hometown to pursue his dreams and aspirations. He first listed Rebosis Property Fund in 2011, it became the first black-managed and substantially held property fund to be listed on the JSE. He lives by the mantra, from adversity comes success. "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. â€˜You have two hands and two eyes,â€™ sheâ€™d say. "Youâ€™re blessed. Now go and use them.â€™ She gave us the tools to make something of ourselves, but it was up to us to use them."