Case against alleged Zimbabwean serial killer postponed

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A multiple murder case against Prince Willards Dube has been postponed to April 12, 2022 pending further investigations and DNA results.

The 36 years old Zimbabwean national is facing seven counts of kidnapping, seven counts of murder and a count of illegal immigration.

NPA Spokesperson in the area Mashudu Malabi-Dzhangi said that Dube would lead these unsuspecting victim’s whom are all women to their place of death under false pretense of promising them jobs.

He would then allegedly kidnap and kill them as soon as he corners them.

“The accused was in custody when the investigations led to the discovery of seven bodies of women dumped at different locations in Seshego, Polokwane, Mankweng and Westenburg policing areas” said Malabi-Dzhangi.

All his victims were women between the ages of 48 and 25. One was a Zimbabwean national, one Lesotho national and the remaining five (5) were South Africans.

Most of them were killed in Seshego Limpopo and their corpses left abandoned.

Malabi-Dzhangi also said that his killing spree ended when he was initially arrested on 03 November 2021, for possession of a suspected stolen cellphone that belonged to a woman who was allegedly kidnapped in Lebowakgomo in October 2021.

He is set to remain in police custody after making a brief appearance at Seshego Magistrates’ Court.

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