Dr. Francis Joe Mawala

It is with such a heavy heart to have to announce the passing on of Dr. Francis Joe Mawala. He departed peacefully in Stutterheim Eastern Cape, South Africa on the 20th day of October 2021 and will be laid to rest on Sunday the 31st of October 2021. He is dearly missed by Family and Friends.


Dr. Francis Joe Mawala will be laid to rest as per the following:

SERVICE DATE: 31st October 2021

SERVICE VENUE: To Be Announced 

CONDUCTED BY: Bisho Church Seventh Day Adventist


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8 Responses

  1. To my beloved family. With deepest sympathy. It of great pain at this time that my brother Francis has finished his journey at young age. May he Rest In Peace Till we meet again

  2. Such a humble person, resurrection is surely promised. May he rest so long, we will meet on that glorious morning. Sorry to Lydia and kids 🥰

  3. Malume you’ll be dearly missed. We’ll always love you, thank you for wonderful & lovely memories, you’ve left a gaping hole in our lives that’ll never be filled. Rest in peace lumez wami, you fought a good fight. Lala ngoxolo.

    Forever missed by Desire “Bhoqo” Ndlovu & Family.

  4. My sincere condolences to the family of Dr. Mawala. I received the news with great sadness from his wife yesterday. What a loving and kind person he was indeed. Never would have imagined that he was so highly educated because in his conduct he was so humble in the office environment . May his soul rest in peace until we meet again. GOD please protect his family give them strength during this time and keep them safe. Bey doc. ❤️🙏 From Mary-ann Februarie (Department of Public Works)

  5. You have been a wonderful lecturer. And you contributed immensely in producing knowledge and imparting that to those that crossed your path and particular black students. May the angels of heaven open their wings and welcome you. You ran your race and served your people with distinction. We salute you as our hero in advancing black development through education. May soul rest in eternal peace.

  6. We already miss you Uncle. What you have done in life will echo in our hearts through eternity. Till we meet again in the afterlife. REST IN POWER 😔

    The Khumalo family
    Vusa ‘Tutu’, Nia Nomvuyo, Karen

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