ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Elsie Dlamini, born on April 22, 1953, and passed away on September 10, 2020. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Bhekani Dlamini on February 10, 2021
My anchorbearer, my confidante, my stronghold, my support system. You not being here has really created a vacuum in my life. You stood up for me all the time. You singlehandedly took the responsibility to ensure I'm what I am today. You made sacrifices at the responsibility expense of your own joy, life and pampering. I'm forever indebted to you. Thank you for being the true mother in all aspects. I have no doubt that you are where you intended to be and worked tirelessly for. Siyabonga Mavundla kusikhulise nekiainakekela onkhe emalanga wokuphila kwakho.

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Posted by Bhekani Dlamini on February 10, 2021
My anchorbearer, my confidante, my stronghold, my support system. You not being here has really created a vacuum in my life. You stood up for me all the time. You singlehandedly took the responsibility to ensure I'm what I am today. You made sacrifices at the responsibility expense of your own joy, life and pampering. I'm forever indebted to you. Thank you for being the true mother in all aspects. I have no doubt that you are where you intended to be and worked tirelessly for. Siyabonga Mavundla kusikhulise nekiainakekela onkhe emalanga wokuphila kwakho.
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Make Elsie Tenele Dlamini nee Bhembe was born in South Africa at Mkhingoma Badplaas now Mpumalanga to the Zakewu Mkhakhanyani Bhembe and Lomdlalo Elida Mkhonta. TheĀ  family moved to Swaziland and settled at eNgwazini in Kukhanyeni Inkhundla under Manzini Region, when she was young. She attended KuKhanyeni Primary and High School in Swaziland. It is where she met and fell in love with her eventual husband Edward Mmeli Dlamini with whom they had Bhekani, Lingisani and Phephelaphi as their biological children. She worked at St Michael's from early 70s as receptionist until retirement as a Bursar n 2011. She was God loving was an ordained Bishop for Emmanuel Church of Africa. She had so much love such that she raised her biological children alongside those of her husband, in laws, siblings, friends, relatives, grandchildren, congregation and others as if they were here own. She contributed financially, spirituality to their growth and education. Many of whom grew to be responsible citizens and people through Christian upbringing. She had truly a big heart. She made sure she gave her all and to this point we believe she owes us nothing. She is survived by her children, daughters in law, grandchildren, great grand children. Siyabonga kakhulu Mavundla, Mntenj, Mgabhi wakhotha, simuka mnandzi njengeeindvwana, mntenj loluhlaka njengencoshana. We were previledged and blessed to have you and we appreciated your love and warmth. We will miss your smile, advice and prayers. We cherish every moment spnet with you. Hamba Kahle
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