|Full name Jethro Mohlala|
Name Lovers Mohlala
1992–1997 Wits University
|Date of birth (1976-02-12) 12 February 1976 (age 39)|
Place of birth Alexandra, Gauteng, South Africa
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Jethro Mohlala, commonly known as Lovers Mohlala, (born 26 April 1975) is a South African former footballer who played professionally as a left-fullback in Greece and South Africa. He earned nine caps for the South African national team, and was named to the squad for the 2002 COSAFA Cup.
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Born in Alexandra, Mohlala turned professional with Wits University in 1992. After five seasons with Wits, he joined Mamelodi Sundowns. Following a failed move to F.C. Copenhagen, Mohlala forced a move to AmaZulu. Shortly after, he re-signed with Wits, before moving to Jomo Cosmos.
In January 2004, Mohlala signed with Superleague Greece side Aris Thessaloniki, but he made just two league appearances for the club before returning to South Africa six months later. He would play for Jomo Cosmos, Silver Stars, Moroka Swallows, AmaZulu and Black Leopards before retiring in 2009.
Mohlala represented South Africa at all age levels. He made his senior debut in a 1999 COSAFA Cup match against Botswana.