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By unknown | Dec 05, 2008 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

Frank Maponya

The Sebone family in Eisleben village in Botlokwa outside Polokwane is shattered after the death of their daughter who suffered complications.

Moshia Emelda Sebone loved people and her work very much that she would not have time to sit idle. Born on October 4 1974, Moshia died on November 27 after a short illness. Prior to her death, she was known to be suffering from tonsillitis, an illness she lived with since childhood.

The daughter of Sefefe and Mokgokong Sebone, Moshia received her primary education at St Brendan's Primary School and proceeded to Makgoka Secondary School.

After completing her matric, she settled for a beauty fashion career, where she worked at Avon Cosmetics as a beauty consultant until her death.

Moshia is survived by her parents, son, Sefefe Lebo and five brothers. She will be buried at the Eisleben cemetery tomorrow and the service starts at 7am.


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