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Gallery: Anene Booysen's memorial service

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  1. Anene Booysens mother, Corlia Olivier, takes a moment to compose herself as her daughters coffin is removed from the hearse outside the Uniting Reformed Church in Bredasdorp, where her funeral was held. Photo: Neil Baynes
  2. The community of Bredasdorp is still shocked at the death of Anene Booysen. Photo: Neil Baynes
  3. Anene's father Klaasie Speelman and foster mother Corlia Olivier support each other during the service. Photo: Jeffrey Abrahams
  4. Anene's family members occupy the front row in the church: (L_R) father Klaasie Speelman, mother Corlia Olivier, aunts Ellsabe Sheldon, Wilma Brooks, Anna Abrahams, sister Anna-Marie Booysen and brother Ryno Booysen. Picture Jeffrey Abrahams
  5. Family and friends of Anene watch as her coffin lower into the grave. Photo: Neil Baynes
  6. File photo: Jeffrey Abrahams
  7. Thousands of people attended the memorial service and subsequent march for slain teenager Anene Booysen. Pictured left to right is Elsabe Sheldon, Corlia Olivier & Wilma Brooks. Photo: David Ritchie
  8. Cape Town - 130210 - Thousands of people attended the memorial service and subsequent march for slain teenager Anene Booysen. Pictured is Lynne Brown & Corlia Olivier. Photo: David Ritchie
  9. Thousands of people attended the memorial service and subsequent march for slain teenager Anene Booysen. Photo: David Ritchie
  10. Keynote speaker Marius Fransmsn addresses those at the service. Picture Jeffrey Abrahams
  11. Thousands of people attended the memorial service and subsequent march for slain teenager Anene Booysen. Photo: David Ritchie
  12. More than a thousand people attended a memorial service for Anene Booysen this weekend. Picture: Jeffrey Abrahams
  13. Thousands of people attended the memorial service and subsequent march for slain teenager Anene Booysen. Pictured is Marius Fransman & Corlia Olivier. Photo: David Ritchie
 

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