Provincial Notices

The Rt Revd Mlibo Ngewu, RIP

It is with a heavy heart, and following consultation with Mrs Mpumi Ngewu, that I announce the death of Bishop Mlibo Ngewu, formerly of Mzimvubu. 

On behalf of the Synod of Bishops — now in session — my wife Lungi, my family and the whole of ACSA, we send our heartfelt condolences to the family. 

Mlibo will buried on Friday, the 21st February 2020 from Qumbu parish. The requiem will start at 11 am. 

Please continue to pray for Mpumi and the children and whole family as they mourn the loss of Bishop Mlibo .

The Most Revd Thabo Makgoba

Archbishop and Metropolitan

13 replies on “The Rt Revd Mlibo Ngewu, RIP”

Deepest Condolences to the family and the community of the Anglican Church at large for the passing of Bishop Mlibo Ngewu. He has left us, preachers with an accessible resource that will stay relevant for generations to come. May his soul Rest in Peace.

I lost words when I heard about the passing of our Bishop. Bishop Mlimbo was a family to us. I will always remember your teaching and guidance. St Mary Lerbone and Good sherpad in the diocese of Kimberly and kuruman has lost a great leader.. May the family find strength in the Lord during this difficult time

+Mlibo, we just want to say “well done, good & faithful servant of God!” And to Mama Ngewu & family “May God heal you in His infinite Graces & Jesus Christ give you strength in this difficult time of grief”

Our family was privileged and fortunate to meet Bishop Ngewu in EGcuwa at Holy Wisdom when he was still a Deacon under the parish of St Chads. Our family suffered the devastating loss of a child and he travelled with us all the way to Bizana to lay to rest our son and give us comfort. Later we met again during his ministry as Bishop of Umzimvubu, he ministered to us greatly on the expected position of a Christian towards those one may consider their enemies. He preached forgiveness and prayer for those who wronged us. His last sermon that he shared with us he reminded us of Gideon, who faced with the Midianites God assured him that he must release his army and be left with only 300 , so that victory cannot be claimed by Israel as coming from their own strength. He extolled the virtue of leaning upon God’s strength and not ones own . To Mpumi and the children, may you be strengthened during this time. May his eternal soul Rest In Peace.

On behalf of Nombeko & Rev Goodman Sekese

Our Sincere condolence to the family of the late bishop, especially his wife the children and the entire Anglican fraternity. His contribution and love for St Bernard Mizeki Men’s Guild as the Guild Provincial liaison bishop will never be forgotten.

May Your soul rest in peace and Rise In Glory man of God.

Oh Bishop Ngewu he ministered my Father’s spiritual farewell so divine. Abantwabadala bakokweni bakwamkele elizweni lomoya ilizwe looKhokho

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