The Acting National Head of the Directorate For Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks), Lieutenant General Yolisa Matakata, has lauded the hefty sentences that was handed down to two suspects for the murder of a police officer and shop owner in July 2014 at Eersterus Temba, North of Pretoria.
“We welcome the sentencing and pleased with the conviction. The sentence should serve as a lesson to criminals that crime does not pay. My sincere appreciation to all the members who worked tirelessly to attain this successes and we hope this will endure to other cases where such collaboration would yield good results and make sure that criminals are kept in prison,” concluded Lieutenant General Matakata.
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