WATCH LIVE: Krugersdorp Killers to be sentenced for murder spree

WATCH LIVE: Krugersdorp Killers to be sentenced for murder spree

2019-08-19 11:08:00 AM

WATCH LIVE: Krugersdorp Killers to be sentenced for murder spree

The remaining members of the so-called Krugersdorp Killers are expected to learn their fate as sentencing proceedings begin in the Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg. Watch live.

The remaining members of the so-called Krugersdorp Killers are expected to learn their fate as sentencing proceedings begin in the Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg on Monday.Cecilia Steyn, Zak Valentine and Marcel Steyn were found guilty of 32 counts between them, including murder, fraud, racketeering and robbery.

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