18 YEARS JAIL TERM FOR MURDERING HIS OWN MOTHER

18 YEARS JAIL TERM FOR MURDERING HIS OWN MOTHER

The Northern Cape Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Peter Shivuri, hailed the sentence and jail term handed down by the Northern Cape High Court. “The sentence will serve as a deterrent against the perpetrators of crime” he said.
Reason Mthonxa (30) is guilty of the account of murder and five accounts of assault with intention to cause grievous bodily harm. He was arrested on the night of August 2016, after he went berserk during of the commission of crime by assaulting and stabbing his family members with knife and sjambok.
On Wednesday, 18 October 2017, Reason Mthonxa (30) was sentence 18 years bimprisonment for the murder of his own biological mother and five years each for five accounts of assault of his own sister, his girlfriend and friends.
The sentences shall run concurrently.

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