ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mosalla Shale. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Mmenyana Ranku on July 9, 2021
Rest in Peace Mosalla. We reconnected last year since MBA days and your last message said “Be safe from Corona” not knowing that it’s our last goodbyes. Go well, you were such a wonderful soul
Posted by Nolonolo Thoabala on July 8, 2021
Today is the day you will be laid to rest,
But you know what they say,
God only takes the best.
Everything happens for a reason,
Even if we may not agree.
Just promise to look after us,
And if you can,
Save a spot up there for me.
We should never question what God has planned,
Sometimes it’s not meant for us to understand.
So as we sit here and mourn the loss of a beloved friend,
We have to keep telling ourselves that we will meet again.

Shale, as I used to call you, rest in peace my brother
Posted by Justine Neke on July 7, 2021
Dear Mosalla....

Funny how so many years after our MBA, the words "gentle" and "warm" come so quickly to my mind when I think of your essence. So sad to hear of your passing. Rest, knowing that you have touched many lives and impacted people meaningfully.

To Mosalla's family - my thoughts and wishes are with you. Sending much love and healing light. I am so very sorry for your loss. 

xx 
Posted by Kammy N on July 7, 2021
I will always remember your warm smile and your love for family. Rest now Mosalla. Strength and love to your family.
Posted by Lizzy Mogale on July 7, 2021
Death be not proud. Rest ease Moshala, you have run your race, you have fought the good fight. May God comfort your family during this difficult and most painful time
Posted by Tshiamo Makokoane on July 7, 2021
To the fallen one. May the gentle,humble soul rest in peace. You will surely be missed and remembered in so many ways by family, friends, colleagues, neighbours, partners and the community at large. May the almighty grant the family and all touched the strength and resilience during this difficult time. God bless 
Posted by Lungile Binza on July 7, 2021
Mosalla, on the 21st of March you contacted me on LinkedIn and said "100 years and no see and no talk". We both laughed at it because you were such a humorous and fun guy to hang around. A blessed social giant. We even exchanged our new numbers and promised to meet soon when this apocalypse is behind us. Little did I realise that it was a way of you to say goodbye to me. Its as if you knew this apocalypse will pass with you. I am so so saddened, its not funny. May your soul Rest in peace my brother and rise in glory. You will forever be in our memories. I'm really devastated!
Posted by Masego Seane on July 7, 2021
Where do I start? I guess by asking: “how do you know someone’s got an MBA”?…as I chuckle, this time by myself expecting your laughter to follow.

Anyone who knows you, will remember your sharp wit and sense of humour. I will definitely miss our laughter filled chats.

A true gentleman, you were. Would not hurt a fly. I don’t remember us having a single altercation. If anything, we would have very constructive conversations and where we did not agree; we would agree to disagree and laugh about it in the end.

You were a true proponent of continuous improvement and I have learned so much from you.

You always spoke fondly about your kids and family. You absolutely adored your wife. I will forever cherish the conversations we exchanged about family values and the importance of family.

To Tsholo and the kids, may you find comfort in knowing that Mosalla made an huge impact on many of us. We pray for your strength and healing during this difficult time!

Rest in eternal peace Ntate Shale.
Posted by Masha Maharaj on July 7, 2021
I was very sad to hear about your loss. Love and light to all that knew you. RIP
Posted by Stephen Mommsen on July 7, 2021
So sorry to hear of your passing. Sending deepest condolences to your family.
May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Sharon P on July 7, 2021
Gone too soon! But a legacy you will remain. Shine brightly from your new home. Love and light to all who know you... Until we meet again!
Posted by Mmakoma Motloutsi on July 7, 2021
Thank you for being a brother and such a good friend. We never got to visit the greens. Now I understand why they say, Golf is the loneliest sport. You're completely alone with every conceivable opportunity to defeat yourself. 

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Posted by Mmenyana Ranku on July 9, 2021
Rest in Peace Mosalla. We reconnected last year since MBA days and your last message said “Be safe from Corona” not knowing that it’s our last goodbyes. Go well, you were such a wonderful soul
Posted by Nolonolo Thoabala on July 8, 2021
Today is the day you will be laid to rest,
But you know what they say,
God only takes the best.
Everything happens for a reason,
Even if we may not agree.
Just promise to look after us,
And if you can,
Save a spot up there for me.
We should never question what God has planned,
Sometimes it’s not meant for us to understand.
So as we sit here and mourn the loss of a beloved friend,
We have to keep telling ourselves that we will meet again.

Shale, as I used to call you, rest in peace my brother
Posted by Justine Neke on July 7, 2021
Dear Mosalla....

Funny how so many years after our MBA, the words "gentle" and "warm" come so quickly to my mind when I think of your essence. So sad to hear of your passing. Rest, knowing that you have touched many lives and impacted people meaningfully.

To Mosalla's family - my thoughts and wishes are with you. Sending much love and healing light. I am so very sorry for your loss. 

xx 
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Shared by Masego Seane on July 7, 2021
Where do I start? I guess by asking: “how do you know someone’s got an MBA”?…as I chuckle, this time by myself expecting your laughter to follow.

Anyone who knows you, will remember your sharp wit and sense of humour. I will definitely miss our laughter filled chats. 

A true gentleman, you were. Would not hurt a fly. I don’t remember us having a single altercation. If anything, we would have very constructive conversations and where we did not agree; we would agree to disagree and laugh about it in the end.

You were a true proponent of continuous  improvement and I have learned so much from you.

You always spoke fondly about your kids and family. You absolutely adored your wife. I will forever cherish the conversations we exchanged about family values and the importance of family.

To Tsholo and the kids, may you find comfort in knowing that Mosalla made an huge impact on many of us. We pray for your strength and healing during this difficult time!

Rest in eternal etepeace Ntate Shale.