The tragic death of Mpho Moeranehas hit his world so hard, as he was known to be a political figure and businessman.
Mpho was married to his wife, Fikile Moerane, and he recently passed away on May 18.
Mpho Moerane is known to have been the former mayor of Johannesburg who worked between October and November 2021. He was a member of the African National Congress.
Mpho had worked as a member of the mayoral committee (MMC) for environment and infrastructure services.
He passed away on May 18, and his memorial service is happening today which is live broadcasted by the SABC news.
Mpho Moerane’s Wife Fikile Moerane Revealed.
Mpho Moerane and Fikile Moerane were married before his death. She is an information technology and financial services, consultant.
Fikile and Mpho have been married for many years, and there seems to be an age gap between one to five years between them.
There has not been much information about their marriage, but their marriage strengthened within the coming years.
The couple had four children with each other. The dead news was devasting to his wife and kids and to all the people who knew him.
His funeral took place today, and the flag of the African congress party was handed over to his wife during the ceremony. Similarly, many people who were acquainted with him shared their words about him during the ceremony.
Mpho Moerane has a family with his wife Fikile, and their family comprises their four children. He used to live with his family and lived in Bryanston.
Mpho faced a bizarre car accident a week ago and was hospitalized due to the injuries he faced at the Netcare Milpark Hospital in Johannesburg.
He died on May 18, 2022, during his treatment in a car accident in the hospital. His death news was shared by his family with the public.
Mpho Moerane Net Worth Revealed
Mpho Moerane reportedly had an estimated networth of $3.5 million in 2022. He used to earn $90000 per year.
He was active as a political figure and had worked as the secretary of the African National Congress’s regional organization in Johannesburg.
He had previously worked as the chief of fundraising within the regional treasurer’s office. He also encouraged people and stakeholders to clean up the environment through a campaign.