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23 August 2014 01:25 (South Africa)
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In photos: Remembering Reeva

  • Daily Maverick Staff Reporter
  • South Africa
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In a private ceremony, more than 1,100 km away from the media frenzy over Oscar Pistorius's bail application, the Steenkamp family said goodbye to its daughter. They used the opportunity to remember her at her best and brightest. Still, the sense of sadness was overwhelming.

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Photo: The parents of Reeva Steenkamp, Barry (L) and June Steenkamp (2nd R, facing camera), arrive at the Victoria Park Crematorium ahead of a memorial service for their daughter in Port Elizabeth February 19, 2013. Steenkamp's boyfriend, Olympic and Paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius, has been charged with her murder. REUTERS/Rogan Ward

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Photo: The body of model Reeva Steenkamp arrives at the Victoria Park Crematorium ahead of her memorial service in Port Elizabeth February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Rogan Ward

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Photo: A mourner leaves after the memorial service for model Reeva Steenkamp at the Victoria Park Crematorium in Port Elizabeth February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Rogan Ward

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Photo: Springbok rugby player Francois Hougaard arrives at a memorial service for model Reeva Steenkamp at the Victoria Park Crematorium in Port Elizabeth February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Rogan Ward

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Photo: Mike Steenkamp, the uncle of model Reeva Steenkamp, and her brother Adam (R) speak to the media after a memorial service for her at the Victoria Park Crematorium in Port Elizabeth February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Rogan Ward

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Photo: Barry Steenkamp leaves after a memorial service for his daughter model Reeva Steenkamp at the Victoria Park Crematorium in Port Elizabeth February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Rogan Ward

Main photo: A mourner leaves, holding a picture of model Reeva Steenkamp, after her memorial service at the Victoria Park Crematorium in Port Elizabeth February 19, 2013. REUTERS/Rogan Ward

  • Daily Maverick Staff Reporter
  • South Africa


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