Durban man gets 25-year jail term for ‘hateful’ stabbing of gay activist

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Mvuyisi Noguda had a jacket covering his face during the sentencing at the Durban High CourtPHOTO:
Mvuyisi Noguda had a jacket covering his face during the sentencing at the Durban High CourtPHOTO:
Thabiso Goba

A Durban man was sentenced for 25 years after stabbing a gay man 21 times in a “hateful” attack.

Mvuyisi Noguda (32) was sentenced at the Durban high court for the murder of Lindokuhle Cele.

When handing down the sentence, Acting Judge Narini Hiralall described Noguda’s actions as “hateful” and “savage”.

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