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Lebogang Kale Mojatau

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Life journey

I, Lebogang Kale Mojatau, was born on the 8th of August 1979 to Sarah Mojatau & Themba Sekgotho.


I started my primary education at Andrew Chakane, then later proceeded to Namedi High & National School of the Arts. I continued to further my education in various Business Studies.

I acquired a special skill in hair aesthetics, specialising in dreadlocks. The gift I expressed, was loved by many and led to one of the iconic hair brand named – Modjo Corn Locks together with a close friend, Mondo. The brand grew and gave birth to numerous branches in the Gauteng and neighbouring provinces. The brand expanded to Modjo Hair Products which became the preferred dreadlock product for many hair salons.


My love for the art of business grew which made me to venture into the food industry, by starting “Gliss“. This brand gave birth to the Gliss Food Story which was a chain of fast food outlets catering for a niche market for those that appreciated delicious food. The unique taste of the food served created a demand for more branches with a new one in deep Soweto on the verge of opening. The intense desire to diversify in the business industry also gave birth to Leretlo Waste Management and Pest Control.


I repeatedly saw a number of individuals adequately provided for and found satisfaction when their families benefitted from my gestures – this continuously filled my heart with warmth and satisfaction.


I was born a fighter and I departed as a feisty fighter. I am survived by my children, my wife and my Mojatau family.


Kindly allow me to say “Good Night”.


My race is done so Says the Lord.

CONDOLENCES

23 Comments
  • Torino187
    Posted at 04:22h, 21 August Reply

    I lost a brother and a true friend.. Friendship transcends death. Memories made will never be forgotten and created a lasting impression on those they left behind. Everyone became a better person for having such a wonderful friend.

    You were enough. We made it out the hood and lived our dreams.

    Rest in Eternal Peace
    Till we meet again..

  • Mary Malesela
    Posted at 14:00h, 21 August Reply

    It’s very hard to accept your death hle.. Till we meet again Lebo.. May your handsome soul rest in peace🙏

  • Themba aka mtz
    Posted at 15:11h, 21 August Reply

    Yaa née this is painful indeed to except that my friend a brother and the advisor who likes to share ideas with people, I remember him introducing me to his interior design guy and I took his advice I renovated my shop. Thank you Jojo my brother till we meet again

  • Terence Thusi
    Posted at 04:45h, 22 August Reply

    I am lost for words. I may have known you briefly but your hospitality and friendliness made one feel they had known you for decades. Your smile and laughter were contagious. Death has robbed us of yet another kind hearted soul. We may not have all the answers but like the Bible says ,’The Lod givers and the Lord Taketh away…’

    May you rest easy Mojatau…

  • Kutloano
    Posted at 04:46h, 22 August Reply

    The memories live on forever. Thank you for all that you were. May you rest in paradise. This is a hard pill to swallow.

  • Majane aka Janisto
    Posted at 07:22h, 22 August Reply

    “I will send an angel ahead of you to protect you as you travel and to bring you to the place which I have prepared.
    Exodus 23:20

    May your soul rest in peace and rise in glory goodbye MOJO may God give strength to your family especially your granny MaMojatau

  • Tshepiso Lekgoro
    Posted at 07:25h, 22 August Reply

    A true giant in all meanings of the word. Your personality as you walked in any room couldn’t be ignored, you did this however not with intention to overpower others but to make their presence felt too. There are many memories I hold dear with you, Nons and I. But one that makes me laugh out loud to date is when we were en route your home in Krugersdorp and were stopped by the metro police. They definitely wanted us arrested, you kept quiet the whole time and pretended to be asleep until we arrived, scared beyond imagination. We joked about how you’d visit us the next day had we been arrested for breaking the law. Lol. A true visionary, a creative and lover of the arts. A loving son, brother, Grandson, father and a true partner to my friend. Tsamaya ka kagiso, Mojatau. Modimo a go amogele with warm and loving arms. May your spirit find rest in the presence of the almighty.
    Till we meet again 🤍

  • Dimakatso Mokonoto
    Posted at 09:41h, 22 August Reply

    May the God of comfort bring solace nd strength to both families at this difficult time. A virtual hug Nonhlnhla.

  • Lehasa Moloi
    Posted at 12:12h, 22 August Reply

    Rest in peace Jojos Lokos💔

  • Simphiwe
    Posted at 12:12h, 22 August Reply

    Where do I even begin. A visionary, a creative, oh man, a lover of arts. A lover of the finer things in life.
    There is so much to say but words fail me. I am deeply saddened by your passing Mojatau. It hurts but I trust you in a much better place without pain.
    Rest till we meet again ❤

  • Paballo Thagisa
    Posted at 12:14h, 22 August Reply

    It’s hard to believe that we have lost such a wonderful guy who loved his family and friends. Always there to crack a joke and never too shy to live his truth and conquer his dreams. Who’s going to repremand me for having way too long conversations on the phone with his wife before family time. Robala ka kgotso Mojatau. #Foreverloved

  • Bongi Mazibuko
    Posted at 13:08h, 22 August Reply

    Im so heartbroken ungishiya kanjani kodw a Lebo uFano angishiye nawe ukuhamba kwakho kuvule isilonda sikaFano

  • Gordon GONDZO Thale
    Posted at 13:46h, 22 August Reply

    My first memorial wearing a sportie and sneakers 👟 😍 you would never judge but push us to be who we are and want to be. Ntja ya tekkie le katiba(moriri included). Direct and soft in making it a funny but important lesson. THIS GUY MARA! O Ntja, dawg…. how you do or did it is a dream to many. You kept us dreaming and most importantly achieving those dreams. You instilled so much confidence SIR. Respect you FOREVER

  • Poppy Pilane
    Posted at 13:53h, 22 August Reply

    May your soul rest in peace Majojo.The thought of knowing that you are in the presence of the savior can be of some comfort.Heaven has received a new member.

  • Tshepiso Mokoena
    Posted at 13:56h, 22 August Reply

    Rest In Peace Abuti, to me it came as a shock, i wish i had more time to spend with you and know you better. Im greatful for the little time we spent and I know you loved me as much as i did, because when ever you see me, you welcomed me with Love. Time heals, Death be not proud 💔

  • Tshepo Lentsa
    Posted at 14:19h, 22 August Reply

    Hey wena Semaumau……farewell mfana kithi !!
    Rest bozza…..Robala shap mfwethu.
    #ForeverLoved .

  • Sakhile Mthembu
    Posted at 15:49h, 22 August Reply

    My deepest condolences to both families,
    May God comfort you and the kids,
    May he cover them at all times that they may grow to know God as their main father and Lebo as their angel in heaven.
    Stay faithful Nonhlanhla and remember Job who lost almost everything but God gave it back 100×. We may not understand his ways but he is watching over us.
    May his soul rest in peace.

  • Thando Madolo
    Posted at 10:09h, 23 August Reply

    Memories will comfort me until we meet again, Rest easy dear one.

  • Ntombi Sithole
    Posted at 11:25h, 23 August Reply

    Some truth in life are hard to accept.
    Your memories will never be forgotten

    Rest in Peace Lebo💔

  • Jafta Ncube
    Posted at 07:45h, 24 August Reply

    Lebo you touched a lot of souls in your departure. Never a dull moment with you. You were such a humble brother. You legacy and vision will never be forgotten.

    Rest Easy King💔🕊

  • Paballo Thagisa
    Posted at 08:44h, 24 August Reply

    Rest in perfect peace Lebo. We thank God for you. You will be forever loved! ❤️

  • Marsh
    Posted at 09:07h, 24 August Reply

    Our hearts go out to you in your time of sorrow.
    Our deepest sympathies to you and your family during this difficult time.
    Our collective hearts are heavy with sympathy.
    No words can describe how sorry I am for your loss.

  • Gugu Masina
    Posted at 16:52h, 24 August Reply

    My friend, my brother, my “Moj”…took me a while to find words to express.
    Your life was that of Principle – your words and actions were always aligned. You never said anything that did not speak to your truth and you kept all your promises.
    Your life was full of passion- all that you encontered you fully immersed yourself and embraced with your all- your absolute passion! Your collection of beautiful things and people was evident to your zest for life and hunger to live.
    Your life was of purpose – you lived with intention, you made a difference every single day, and you shared generously with us all. Yours was to leave this world better than you found it – PURPOSE FULFILLED!
    Your life had impact- before the buzzwords “Township economy” you pioneered and your vision and purpose provided employment to many, carried families, took children to school and provided homes for all that worked with and for you. You legacy will never be forgotten both in the physical and the psychological lives of hundreds.
    You were my protector on this physical realm and I feel truly blessed to know that I have gained you as one of my angels.

    Thank you for a true and close friendship for since 1995.
    Rest in Love
    Rest in Beauty
    Rest in Honor
    Rest in Peace.

    You will forever be in my heart and spirit!

    I love you forever my brother.

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