A loan shark Who was accused of killing who couldn't pay back his money was sentenced to life sentence
It is reported that the deceased was owing the loan shark R500 and undisclosed money for 2 bottle's of wine.
Noziswe Stefaans was sentenced in the Port Elizabeth Regional Court on Thursday.
Noziswe Stefan's appear on Port Elizabeth Regional Court on Thursday he was found guilty and was sentenced to life sentence
The 46-year-old woman will also serve four years for attempted murder, 15 years for robbery and five years for kidnapping and all the sentences will run concurrently.
It is reported that Stefan's and her boyfriend visited the Blom's home in Thembelani November last year where they demanded the Man to pay on the spot
The 32-year-old couldn't pay on the spot and promised will payback the money in four days.of which didn't sit well with the loan shark and her partner
They then drew knives and stabbed Blom serveral times including his family members who survived the attack
The state has described Nosiswe Stefaan's action as insolent and that she had shown no remorse to her actions.
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