Cape Town - Religious leaders from across the Cape Flats in Cape Town will on Sunday convene an open air inter-faith service in front of the home of first year University of the Western Cape theology student Jesse Hess.
"Jesse, 19, was found raped and murdered, along with her 85-year-old grandfather Chris, in their Parow flat on August 30th, and no arrests have been made in the case to date," the Service and Allied Workers' Union of South Africa (Sawusa) said in a statement on Saturday.
The inter-faith prayer prayer service would be preceded by a march starting at the Parow Police Station in Voortrekker Road at 2.30pm.
A peace procession led by religious leaders, bikers, tow truck operators, a marching band, and a brass band would proceed from the station to 70 Victoria Road, the home of the late Jesse Hess.
Memorandums of demands would be handed over to a representative of the president's office, the premier's office, and mayor Dan Plato at the police station.