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The State is continuing its cross-examination of Cecilia Steyn (37), the alleged mastermind behind the controversial Krugersdorp murders, in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg on Wednesday.
The witness, allegedly a self-confessed witch, werewolf and vampire, and her co-accused are on trial for the murder of 11 people between 2012 and 2016.
She has been charged, along with Zak Valentine, 34, and Marcel Steyn, 21, with several counts, including murder, robbery with aggravating circumstances, theft, fraud and intimidation.
On Tuesday, she denied any involvement in the murder. She also denied that she practised Satanism.
Previously, the High Court sentenced one of the six so-called "Krugersdorp Killers" to an effective 25 years behind bars.
A crying Le Roux Steyn, 23, was sentenced in May after entering into a plea agreement with the State.
His mother and former teacher, Marinda Steyn, was sentenced to 11 life terms, which were ordered to run concurrently, and 115 years in jail.
Another group member, John Barnard, was sentenced in 2016, also after entering into a plea agreement with the State. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison.