Pniël Museum and Heritage Site


The Pniël Erfenis en Kultuur Trust (PEKT) was established by the Pniël Congregational Church in 2010 to develop and preserve the cultural history and heritage of Pniël.

All trustees have a passion and dedication to preserve the cultural heritage and traditions of Pniël:

Janine Myburgh – Chairperson:  Employed at the University of Stellenbosch, Involved in many aspects of church and community life and is an avid member of the church choir.

Sandra November – Secretary

Retired Primary school teacher who is dedicated to her family and church. She is a member of the Mission Council and is very involved in all aspects of life in Pniël. Very passionate about the town and its people. She enjoys taking locals, visitors and tourists through the museum and the heritage site to tell the slave history and heritage of the town.

Richard Williams – Treasurer

Principal at Idas Valley Primary School. Treasurer of National Chrysanthemum Association and Secretary of Pniël Horticultural and Industrial Society.

Edward Ontong – Trustee

Teacher and Acting HOD at Mary Harding School, Athlone. He is currently also a Final Year Intern Minister at Ebenezer Congregational Church, Kuilsriver.

Urline Williams – Trustee

Retired Primary school teacher and secretary of Pniël Congregational Church