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About the Company

 

Mashile Funeral Services is a company founded in Mamelodi by Sello Senex Mashile, It has over 50 employees, both temporary and permanent. It is a company that provides the best funeral services - that includes transportation of the family, relatives and friends of the deceased to and from the cemetery. Mashile Funeral Services also provides all the catering and decoration at the funeral and gravesite The Company has helped over 1000 families in their most time of need.

 

We believe in creating meaningful ways to pay tribute to a loved one and it begins with compassion. It is further shaped by the understanding that each life is truly unique. For us, there is no greater responsibility than honouring and preserving the story of one’s life.

 

Caring for Our Communities

 

We are dedicated to the communities where we live and work. Through our community support programs we strive to keep families healthy and safe and comfort those who grieve.

 

Sello Senex Mashile

 

Sello Senex Mashile was born on the 15th of November 1956. He is a husband to Angela Mashile. He was born into a poor family that couldn’t even buy him shoes in Bushbuckridge.

 

Now Sello Mashile is a well-respected business man in Pretoria. He was working for an insurance company in 2004 when he decided to resign and open his own funeral parlour. Sello said: “Some people thought I was making a fool of myself because I didn’t have the cash to run it properly”, but the company did well. Today he has more than 50 employees.

 

“When some people noticed that my business was growing fast, they shot me twice out of jealousy, but God saved me".

 

"I have buried many people free of charge after I realized the pressure their families where under”.

 

Beside the funeral parlour Sello also runs a few catering and decorating companies around Gauteng. Sello held headlines by offering to help three families whose kids drowned at Moretele Park. He said: "I wanted to donate to the three families because losing a child is like cutting yourself with a sharp knife".