Families whose loved ones were murdered by a serial killer have finally received the remains of their bodies, after waiting more than three months for DNA test results.
A total of eight women were murdered by Limpopo serial killer Themba Prince Willard Dube. The 36-year-old’s modus operandi was to lure women with the promise of employment. His victims were aged 25 to 48 years old.
Dube was initially arrested for the possession of a suspected stolen cellphone, which SAPS later linked to a woman that was kidnapped in Lebowakgomo.
Dube faces seven counts of kidnapping and murder, rape, defeating the ends of justice, and contravening the immigration law.
He is expected to appear in the Seshego Magistrate’s Court on February 28th.