JOHANNESBURG - An infamous previous criminal who wounded his better half to death and afterward escaped the country before he could stand preliminary, will know his destiny one month from now.
Andrea Venter was severely killed at her complex in Fourways in May 2011.
Her beau, Gerhardus Jansen van Vuuren, was consequently captured and accused of her homicide.
He avoided bail a couple of days before what should be the beginning of the preliminary in 2013.
It required seven years to find him to Brazil, re-capture him and remove him to South Africa.
He was found blameworthy in the Johannesburg High Court on Monday.
Public Prosecuting Authority (NPA) representative Phindi Mjonondwane: "Jansen van Vuuren was sentenced on a second charge of attacking a security official, Thulani Ndlovu, who performed watch obligations at the complicated where Venter dwelled upon the arrival of the episode. The NPA praises the aggregate endeavors of Advocate Rolene Barnard and Sergeant Felix Mthimkhulu that guaranteed that Jansen van Vuuren confronted the full could of the law. The case has been deferred 27 July 2022 for condemning procedures."
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