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Setlhare “Zina” Welhelmina Manguba

December 28, 1950 - June 22, 2020

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Setlhare Welhelmina Manguba, affectionately known as Zina, was born on the 28th of December 1950 to Enoch & Rachel Mamabolo in Alexandra Township. After graduating from high school she went on to study Nursing and qualified as an Auxiliary Nurse. She then studied in Residential Child Care achieving her diploma (cum laude). She later became a Professional Nurse and continued her studies in Advanced Midwifery at the University of Northwest (Porchestroom Campus) and achieved her diploma again in cum laude. She still persisted with her studies in Primary Health Care at Baragwanath Hospital Nursing College where she qualified as a Professional Primary Health Care Nurse.

After retiring in 2015, Setlhare continued working on contract until 2019.

Setlhare was predeceased by Joseph, Samuel, Isiah and Nthapeleng Mamabolo. She is survived by her sister Martha Mabalane and husband Pax Manguba.

She met Pax Manguba in Johannesburg and after marriage they went on to have 3 children, Rachel (Ouma), Nana and Thompson. She has 3 grandchildren, Thabo, TJ and Bonolo.

She was also a mother to a lot of children that were not her own and instilled her passion for education in them so that they can have a better life. She was a peaceful and loving person adored by many.

Robala ka kgotso kolobe!

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Funeral service

"She was my pillar of strength, my best friend, a mother that most would have wished for. I miss you so dearly. You were the best mom ever. Your teachings, your guidance, easy to talk to but very strict at the same time. Love you lots."

Nana Manguba

July 27, 2020, 4:42 a.m.

"We pray for comfort: Jesus, you know what it is like to feel like God has abundant us. You know pain and loss better than anyone else. Cone to us now and let us feel your presence. We know that you are close to the broken hearted & comfort thise who mourn. (Psalm 34:18). Help us to let you into our grief, to give you our anger & doubt. Pull us out of the void. We ask this in Hesus Christ Our Lord. 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼 AMEN"

Ray Ramagaga

June 28, 2020, 2:00 a.m.

"Thank you for your love, you welcomed and embraced me as one of your own children. We have enjoyed your presence in our lives. TJ and Nolo love you so much. They may not understand what it means to lose you granny but your memory remains in their hearts and minds forever. Sepela ga botse ngwetši ye kgolo ya ga Manguba. Re dumedišetše go Pheladi le Noko. Robala ka kgotso Kolobe ya Mamabolo, you have ran your race with grace. Re a go rata Zina! Love always and forever, Phuti, TJ and Nolo."

Phuti Manguba

June 26, 2020, 2:52 p.m.

"I love granny so much I hope she gets to heaven well"

TJ Manguba

June 27, 2020, 11:58 a.m.

"Mmamalome we shall dearly miss you, you were always there for us in celebration and hurting times. Heaven is so rich as it picked the most precious soul amongst us."

Majeki Baloyi

June 26, 2020, 11:16 p.m.

"You will be forever remembered for your respect, obedience, smile and loving spirit, I'm glad to have known you ma whelis, to us it might seem like it's too soon,but to God it's the right time ,Robala ka kgotso from Moitheki Evelyn Maseko"

Moitheki Maseko

June 26, 2020, 8:16 p.m.

"I love you granny I wish you were here with me I hope you come back to life😘😘😘😘love and blessings from:Nolo"

Nolo Manguba

June 27, 2020, 11:17 a.m.

"My deepest condolences to the Manguba family for the loss of your dear mother. My heart hurts with you. I am thinking of you all during this time and pray that the peace and love of the Lord may be with you and keep you safe. Love Terri Burch & Family"

Terri Nicole

June 26, 2020, 2:42 p.m.

"Words cannot explain how deeply hurt I am .This was so unexpected and very sad.May her soul rest in peace,within her was only good.May God be with the Manguba family with the loss of a mother to be proud of .She indeed left a legacy behind from which we can all learn from. REST IN PEACE MAMA."

Kgaugelo"Kgauki" Senosha

June 26, 2020, 12:20 p.m.