A memorial service for Anelda de Bruin, a professional hunter and former teacher from Centurion, will be held on Friday at Doxa Deo Midstream.
The 36-year-old was among four people who lost their lives in a head-on collision on the N4 Schoemanskloof road near the Bambi off-ramp in Mpumalanga.
She was running an errand for her company, Die Vleismeisie, when the accident happened.
The police have since confirmed that Major-General Nhlamvu Elias Dlamini of the Pienaar cluster in Mpumalanga was also among the deceased.
De Bruin was a former teacher at Wierda Park Primary School in Centurion. However, she left the school in April last year to pursue a career in professional hunting.
The school’s acting principal Yolanda Wilken described De Bruin as someone who “lived out her passion for the bushveld”.
“Anelda de Bruin will always be remembered for her bubbling nature, her compassion and her love for life,” said Wilken.
“She was loved by her colleagues, the learners and their parents. We will miss her.”
She is survived by her sister Sonel Joubert, her mother Mariëtte de Bruin, a teacher at Midstream Ridge Primary School and her grandmother.
The memorial service will start at 11:00.
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