Man Who Slept with Many Girls & Fled with One’s Clothes Gets Jailed for Over 110 Years

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In a case that has sent shockwaves through the community of Piet Retief, Mpumalanga, Nkosikhona Ntshalintshali, a 36-year-old man, has been sentenced to life imprisonment plus an additional 110 years for a string of heinous sexual assaults and crimes committed between November 2008 and June 2009.

Ntshalintshali’s reign of terror unfolded in the areas of Mafred Homes, Phola Park, and Kempville Magadeni Section, where he would brazenly break into his victims’ homes, threatening them with knives and robbing them of their valuables. In some cases, he went further, physically assaulting his victims or accosting them on the streets before dragging them to secluded areas.

And the most recent one before he got arrested is the one he did to a lady with his gang members; thereafter, he and his gang fled the scene with the lady’s clothes

The Breyten High Court heard harrowing details of Ntshalintshali’s crimes, including a particularly horrific incident on June 5, 2009, when he and two unknown accomplices confronted a man and a woman walking in the Kempville Magadeni Section. In a display of unbridled violence, Ntshalintshali and his co-perpetrators demanded the victims’ cellular phones and brutally assaulted the man with a knobkierie, injuring his leg and stealing his shoes.

But the terror did not end there. Ntshalintshali, wielding a knife, threatened the woman, and all three men took turns sexually assaulting her. In a final act of depravity, they fled the scene, taking the woman’s clothes with them.

Ntshalintshali’s reign of terror came to an end in 2020 when he was arrested, and DNA evidence linked him to the crimes. During the sentencing, senior state advocate Themba Lusenga argued that while Ntshalintshali had expressed regret, he had shown no genuine remorse for his actions, and the severity of the violence used could not be brushed aside or go unpunished.

The court, finding no substantial and compelling circumstances to warrant a deviation from the prescribed sentences, handed down a harsh judgment. Ntshalintshali, who had pleaded guilty to four counts of rape, four counts of robbery with aggravating circumstances, two counts of kidnapping, and two counts of housebreaking with intent to commit a crime, was sentenced to life imprisonment and an additional 110 years behind bars.

Furthermore, the court declared Ntshalintshali unfit to possess a firearm in terms of Section 103 of the Firearms Control Act 60 of 2000, ensuring that he will never again be able to wield a weapon and terrorize innocent lives.

While the sentence may bring some measure of closure to the victims and their families, the lasting trauma inflicted by Ntshalintshali’s actions will undoubtedly linger. The case serves as a stark reminder of the importance of swift justice and the need for communities to remain vigilant in the face of such heinous crimes….Sée Móre

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