CAPE TOWN - A Southern Cape man has been condemned to life in jail for killing his stepdaughter.
Motseki Talasi was captured a very long time after the vanishing of 17-year-old Sandisiwe Mona in 2019.
In April 2019, Mona's mom had left her with her better half at their Plettenberg Bay home to go to a burial service. It was the last time she saw the 17-year-old alive.
Later that day, Talasi called his better half to tell her that her little girl was not home.
Four months after the fact, an inhabitant tracked down a human skull while out running and cautioned police.
Talasi then, at that point, guaranteed that he had dreams and saw his stepdaughter's body and garments in the hedges and had the option to give analysts nitty gritty clarifications about the young lady's coat that had been torn under the right arm.
During the preliminary, the State contended the blamed was talking from individual information which he disguised by professing to be a prophet.
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