Sithole was then sentenced to 2410 years in prison, with no possibility of parole for atleast 930 years. It is clear that the sentence was meant to keep Sithole behind bars for the rest of his life.

Sithole was then sentenced to 2410 years in prison, with no possibility of parole for atleast 930 years. It is clear that the sentence was meant to keep Sithole behind bars for the rest of his life.

On the 4th of December, after this case had went on for more than a year. Moses Sithole was found guilty on all 38 counts of murder, 40 counts of rape, and 6 counts of robbery.

On the 4th of December, after this case had went on for more than a year. Moses Sithole was found guilty on all 38 counts of murder, 40 counts of rape, and 6 counts of robbery.

The case of the prosecution was rested on the 15th of August 1997. The defence had to rely largely on Sithole's denial of any involvement in the murders, when he ascended to the witness box. His testimony was often incoherent and rambling

The case of the prosecution was rested on the 15th of August 1997. The defence had to rely largely on Sithole's denial of any involvement in the murders, when he ascended to the witness box. His testimony was often incoherent and rambling

The prosecution brought up a video that had been shot during Sithole's first incatceration, where he admits to 29 murders. He describes the technique he used in detail. He claimed that he selected his victims from the resemblance of his first rape victim, Buyiswa Doris Swakamisa, whom he regarded as responsible for his first jail sentence

The prosecution brought up a video that had been shot during Sithole's first incatceration, where he admits to 29 murders. He describes the technique he used in detail. He claimed that he selected his victims from the resemblance of his first rape victim, Buyiswa Doris Swakamisa, whom he regarded as responsible for his first jail sentence

The trial of Moses Sithole began on 21 October 1996. By this time, mounting evidence made up total charges against him increase to up to 38 counts of murder, 6 counts of robbery and 40 counts of rape. With all odds stacked against him, he none the less pleaded not guilty to all charges.

The trial of Moses Sithole began on 21 October 1996. By this time, mounting evidence made up total charges against him increase to up to 38 counts of murder, 6 counts of robbery and 40 counts of rape. With all odds stacked against him, he none the less pleaded not guilty to all charges.

Moses Sithole was described as a handsome and very charming young man. Most of the victims which he raped and murdered were rather enticed to their deaths, with promises of opportunities of employment which would never actually materialise.

Moses Sithole was described as a handsome and very charming young man. Most of the victims which he raped and murdered were rather enticed to their deaths, with promises of opportunities of employment which would never actually materialise.

Moses Sithole, is one of five children. After his father died, his mother was unable to support Moses and his siblings. She then abandoned them at a local police station when they were young.

Moses Sithole, is one of five children. After his father died, his mother was unable to support Moses and his siblings. She then abandoned them at a local police station when they were young.

Moses Sithole was born in a poor neighbourhood called Vosloorus in Boksburg, Gauteng. He was born here During the Apartheid era.

Moses Sithole was born in a poor neighbourhood called Vosloorus in Boksburg, Gauteng. He was born here During the Apartheid era.

After Boksburg, he then finished off his killing spree in Cleveland, Johannesburg. Hence the name "ABC" Killer.

After Boksburg, he then finished off his killing spree in Cleveland, Johannesburg. Hence the name "ABC" Killer.

After Atteridgeville, Moses Sithole then continued his killing and raping spree in Boksburg

After Atteridgeville, Moses Sithole then continued his killing and raping spree in Boksburg

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