John Mogorosi ‘Oupa’ Mathopa
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John Mogorosi ‘Oupa’ Mathopa

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John Mogorosi ‘Oupa’ Mathopa, son of Pule & Thabea Mathopa, was born on the 23rd of October 1975 in Potchefstroom. He started school at Redibone Primary School, then attended Lethabong High School. He then furthered his studies at Wits Technikon where he attained his tertiary qualification. At the time of his passing, he was studying towards a MBA qualification with the Nelson Mandela University.


In 1998, John worked for Grinaker/LTA and then moved to Moolman in 2004 for a short period. In 2005 he was working for Roshcon where he enjoyed a lenghthy career before moving over to Environserv in 2017.As with any hardworking individual, the entrepreneurial bug also bit him and he became self-employed in 2019 to date.


He is survived by his two caring parents, two crazy brothers, one adoringly beautiful wife and four amazing children.


Rest in peace, see you in the morning.


  • Ps Ricky
    Posted at 11:10h, 27 January Reply

    I have known you for a very short time but it feels like I have known you for yeas. Your laughter, your friendliness and your love was too much. Continue to rest in Power Brother. TO Sesi Nathi and children take heart ❤ God will vontinue to give you strength. From Ps Ricky from PnP Bluehills.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 07:20h, 28 January Reply

    Condolences to his wife and family be comforted in the Lord with Amahubo 24.

    The volume is off.

  • Don Moloi
    Posted at 07:52h, 28 January Reply

    A life well lived. I’ve known you in a work environment, and outside of it. Your presence was never a dull moment. You seemed to always have answers for all challenges. Fairways and roadworks will also miss you. You have touched many lives with your charisma. Farewell brother. Warmest condolences to your family and friends. 💐🕊

  • Sivu Paliso
    Posted at 08:04h, 28 January Reply

    Rest in eternal peace my Leadership

    No best Portfolio Manager like you, you are a true leader, capable of not only managing projects but developing others to reach their best potential .

    Working with you was fulfilling and filled with lots of laughter, we shall miss your noise

    How can I forget your favourite phrase “ uze uze uze” 😁😁😁

  • Elias
    Posted at 08:18h, 28 January Reply

    What we once enjoyed and deeply loved we can never lose, for all that we love deeply becomes part of us R.I.P brother

  • Nomsa Mashele
    Posted at 08:57h, 28 January Reply

    I have known you for a few months.Everyone can testify you were special all the time.A true. Brother to the community.. We were looking forward to seeing your businesses grow and you enjoying the fruits of it with your beautiful wife and kids.You will forever be remembered and be an inspiration to us, business minded never quit..Rest well my brother, forever loved indeed.

  • Lunga Thabede
    Posted at 09:16h, 28 January Reply

    Good night Mr Mathopa will see you in the morning my.

  • Terry Wilson
    Posted at 09:55h, 28 January Reply

    Your support and friendship will always be remembered. Fly safely my friend…hamba gashle “Mathops”
    My deepest condolences to the Mathopa family.

  • Josiah Maselwane
    Posted at 10:09h, 28 January Reply

    Today you’re an Angel 😇 up above CUZY.. Keep a safe place for us UP IN THE HEAVENS.. Rest Well Abuti 🌸 Until We meet again.

  • Molefe Aaron Motswenyane
    Posted at 10:17h, 28 January Reply

    Indeed Oupa my brother you’ve ran your race and now it’s time your wonderful soul to rest in eternal peace. Till we meet again and pass our greetings to our Forebears.

    Posted at 16:52h, 28 January Reply

    Rest well my dear brother. You have done so much when we’re together. Condolences to your family. Will dearly miss your friendliness.

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