This time, a regional court magistrate had no hesitation in sending Lulamile Jarha, 35, to jail for 25 years, announced National Prosecuting Authority NPA regional spokesman Luxolo Tyali yesterday. Tyali said that the second killing occurred on the afternoon of December 19 last year, a few metres from the Mount Frere Police Station, when Jarha had a fight with his girlfriend and started assaulting her. Taxi owners Siyamcela Bonga, 32, and Simfumene Macingwana, 41, were sentenced after being found guilty of malicious damage to property.
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Rashid was sentenced to 20 years for murder and a total of 15 years for the three counts of fraud which will run concurrently. Tyali said the crimes were all committed in September in the Eastern Cape district of Sterkspruit. Tyali said Rashid was initially charged alongside his wife but the state abandoned her prosecution when it transpired during trial that there was insufficient evidence to prove that she was aware that her husband had faked his death. Before acting judge Noluthando Ndzondo passed down sentence on Tuesday, Rashid addressed the court in mitigation of sentence. He made an emotional plea during which he apologised to the people of Sterkspruit, South Africa and the government of the United States.
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