DNA sold out Cosmo City serial rapist who terrorized women in their homes for 2 years

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has expressed satisfaction with the life sentence handed down to Thabang Mahlangu, a serial rapist who terrorized the community of Cosmo City in Johannesburg between 2018 and 2020.

Mahlangu’s reign of terror involved breaking into people’s homes, committing acts of rape, and stealing their belongings, instilling fear and trauma in his victims.

Mahlangu’s criminal activities came to an end when he was apprehended and linked to the crimes through DNA evidence, leading to his arrest.

In addition to the charges of rape, Mahlangu also faced allegations of aggravated robbery and housebreaking, further highlighting the severity and extent of his criminal behaviour.

Phindi Mjonondwane, a representative of the NPA, emphasized the organization’s unwavering commitment to seeking justice for victims of heinous crimes like those committed by Mahlangu.

Mjonondwane stated, “The NPA stands firm in its commitment to ensuring that perpetrators of such reprehensible acts are brought to justice and held accountable for their actions to the fullest extent of the law.”

The successful prosecution and sentencing of Thabang Mahlangu serve as a testament to the collaborative efforts of law enforcement agencies and the justice system in addressing and combating violent crimes.

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