Sat, Aug 21 | Soweto

Funeral Notice Of The Late Keeleng Bertha Sebona

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Funeral Notice Of The Late Keeleng Bertha Sebona

Time & Location

Aug 21, 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Soweto, Mahogany St, Dlamini, Soweto, 1818, South Africa

About the Event

Orbituary Keeleng Bertha Sebona

The late Mrs Keeleng Bertha Sebona, affectionately known as  "Mme Sebona" , was born on 20 January1942 in Pella (Mathako), a small town in the North-West province. She was the first daughter to the late Ma Ntsoakae Julia Ngoasheng. Although afflicted by an asthmatic condition at  a young age, she had a buoyant childhood with her little sister.

A studious scholar, Mme Sebona commenced her lower primary school education at Pella, before advancing to Madibane Secondary School. She successfully obtained a Matric qualification equivalent at Mohloding High School (now known as Morris Isaacson High School) in Soweto. She continued with studies in education and nursing, later obtaining a diploma in Midwifery at the renowned Baragwanath Hospital Training School for Midwives in 1971. With a perpetual thirst for knowledge and excellence, "Sister Sebona" returned to Wits University to complete a Diploma in Nursing Administration in 1994.

Mme Sebona had an illustrious professional career, which stretched from her first job as a private Teacher to becoming a qualified Nurse. She worked at the Jane Furse Hospital in Limpopo and later at the Baragwanath Hospital's Martenity Ward. She had a stint overseas, moving to England (UK) in 2003 where she was of service to a home for the eldery. On retirement, she moved back to South Africa in 2008.

Mme Sebona's union was blessed with two daughters and a son. Not only a devoted and dotting Mother to her own children , she was also fondly known as "Aus' Keeleng"; a great community-worker who loved and showed great care to many in her quiet demeanour. A diligent and dedicated church-member, she was a proud member of the Lutheran Prayer Women's League.

Mme was loved, respected and admired by many and leaves behind her beloved children, two grand-daughters, two grand-sons and a daughter-in-law. She will be missed by her extended family, friends and a community who all will cherish the memory of her life.

Robala Ka Khutjo Mokone Wa Nchidikgolo.

   

 

Schedule


  • 1 hour

    Order Of Service - At Home

    76 Mahogany Street Dlamini Ext

  • 1 hour

    Order of Service- Cemetery

    Nasrec Cemetery
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