Memorial services will be held in Cape Town on Thursday (December 11) and Pretoria on Friday (December 12) for aid worker Werner Groenewald and his children, Jean-Pierre and Rode, who were murdered by Taliban terrorists in Kabul, Afgahnistan, on November 29.
Groenewald’s medical doctor wife, Hannelie, who was at work during the terror attack at their home compound, arrived in South Africa yesterday and is staying with family in Pretoria. Family spokesman Teresa Conradie told Eye Witness News that Hannelie is being carried by people’s love and prayers.
The Cape Town memorial service will be held at the AGS/AFM Church at the corner of Vasco Boulevard and Frans Conradie, Vasco (entrance off Frans Conradie into Haarlem) at 3pm tomorrow.
The memorial service in Pretoria will be at 10am on Friday at the Moreletapark Dutch Reformed Church where Groenewald was previously a pastor.