Dr. Thato Linkeng Bereng

February 28, 1945February 9, 2021

Dr. Thato Linkeng Bereng was born on February 28, 1945 and passed away on February 9, 2021 and is under the care of Rosar-Morrison Funeral Home & Chapel.

The funeral service for Dr. Thato Linkeng Bereng will be available to view by livestream on Saturday, February 27, 2021 at 12:00 noon by clicking the following link


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Dr. Thato Linkeng Bereng

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Mathlodi Rebecca Monyethabeng

February 24, 2021

Dear fellow mourners,
I first met ousiT in the late 80’s, right here in Canada. She was the only person who knew how to pronounce my name, people called me Mahlodi, but Not ousiT, she would say Mathlodi

This is hard , it is hard to lose someone who meant so much to all of us, and even harder that we cannot all be together to say goodbye.
I want Bereng’s family to know we’re with you in spirit-now and in the days and weeks ahead.

Robala ka khutsho sesi waka.

Mathlodi Rebecca Monyethabeng

Seymour Kikinesr

February 24, 2021

That will be sadly missed by those of us who got to know her when she arrived in Lesotho. I first met her at Basutoland High school then later the University of Botswana Lesotho and Swaziland.

She was outspoken and always spoke her mind. She earned the respect of those around her and the awe of those around.

Zeib Jeeva

February 24, 2021

My heartfelt condolences to Sis Thato’s family and comrades. May she Rest In Peace.

Bandile Sambu

February 24, 2021

Thato, the only time I had the occasion to meet and talk to you at Eunice Motiki's burial, you struck me as a very intelligent individual well versed in South African politics. I'll always value that short meeting. May you rest in peace and condolences to the Bereng family.

Mrs Moira Mbele

February 24, 2021

Condolences the Bereng Family,
May her beautiful Soul Rest
In Internal Peace and Rise in Glory
Moira Mbele

Veronica Masilo

February 23, 2021

Thank you ausi Thato for being a sister, a friend and a mentor. May the Bafokeng ancestors receive you with open arms. Rest In Peace Phoka.

Rick Stow

February 23, 2021

Thato, I regret your powerful assertion that we would meet up again after the pandemic was over and work on a pending project did not achieve its fruition.
I am blessed with the memories of our interactions and collaborations that enriched my life- in addition to all the lives of many in so many other ways and times with your irrefutable analysis and assertive presentation. As you describe it, so may it be.

Thulo Mpholo

February 23, 2021

I met Ausi Thato through Ntaoleng Moloi. I was still staying in Qwaqwa they came from Bethlehem to come bury a colleague of Ntaoleng and Ausi Tankiso.
Ntaoleng took my academic gown to the funeral and when they came back my gown was misplaced.
Ausi Thato in a joking said don't worry it is not the degree that is misplaced but only a gown.
She was a good person indeed. We will greatly miss her.
May Her Soul Rest in eternal Peace of God that surpasses the human understanding.

Akwatu Khenti

February 23, 2021

I learnt so much fromThato. She and I spent so much time protesting apartheid and debating strategies for decolonization we could have written a book. Her determination and resolve were unmatchable. A great intellect. I know that the world’s oppressed, especially the people of Azania, has lost a true champion. I feel the loss of her powerful presence.

R Victor Lechesa

February 23, 2021

My family's condolences to the Bereng family for the loss of their beloved daughter, our sister and friend. May her soul RIP and God bless.