Self-confessed rapist and killer, Randy Tango, 31, is set to receive judgment today at the Cape High Court.
Tango has pleaded not guilty to four counts of rape, which involves two victims between 2008 and 2012 in Tafelsig, Mitchell’s Plain.
One of the victims at the time was 14 and claimed she became pregnant after one of the sex attacks.
She gave birth to Tango’s daughter who is now eight-years-old.
Both victims took the witness stand and were in tears describing the trauma they had suffered and the frustration of not knowing why their cases had previously been withdrawn.
Judge Robert Henney said if Tango had been incarcerated for the crimes he was accused of then, Stacha’s life could have been spared.
This week, Tango also pleaded guilty to two counts of rape and one of murder.
His lawyer also read out a plea explanation in court where Tango claimed his version that he killed Stacha because he didn't want to go to jail.
He detailed how he lured her to his house in Matroosberg Street, Tafelsig and raped her before strangling her with his hands and then wrapping her body into a sheet and then dumping her on Tafelsig sportsfield.
His full confession which he gave to police according to Stacha’s mother, was not detailed, on how he had threatened her and her family nor how he had shoved toilet paper down her throat.
Judgment is expected at 11.30am on Thursday.