Serial rapist gets six life terms

2015-09-10 12:54
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Durban - A magistrate on Wednesday called a serial rapist cold and calculated, before sentencing him to six life sentences.

"In a society of constant moral degeneration, you have added to the degradation of our country. You show no remorse or any regard for your victims," magistrate Wendy Robinson told the 41-year-old Aubrey Ndadane.

He was sentenced to life on six counts of rape, and an additional 15 years on five counts of robbery. The sentences will run concurrently.

Ndadane was arrested by the Brighton Beach Police Task Team in early August after he raped five women at knife point between January and May. He lured his victims by promising them jobs. He would then take them to isolated areas, rape them without a condom and force them to wash themselves. He also robbed his victims of their belongings. 

Robinson said Ndadane was "cold, callous and calculated" in his method of luring his victims.

"You ensured there was minimal evidence left and only admitted to your crime after police showed you cellphone records that tied you to your crimes.

"Your victims were innocent, functional members of society. But since then, one of them has said she has lost her soul and another has suffered a miscarriage due to emotional trauma," she said. 

Ndadane held his hand to his face and became emotional when Robinson read out her description of the crime. 

Robinson added: "You were in a relationship with a woman when you committed these crimes. You have two children from two women. You are not a role model for them. You show no remorse or any regard for your victims."

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