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Outstanding DNA results force case against alleged sex workers killer to be moved to new year

The delays in DNA results have resulted in the postponement of the case against 20-year-old Sifiso Mkhwanazi, who is alleged to have raped and killed at least one of the six women sex workers.

Mkhwanazi is believed to have lured some of the women to his father’s panel-beating workshop in Selby Village, Johannesburg, for more than a year. The 20-year-old suspect appeared briefly before the Johannesburg Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday for the resumption of his case.

However, the matter had to be postponed to February 20 next year after the state requested another postponement for further investigations due to outstanding DNA results.

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