Cape Town – Alleged serial rapist Patrick Hlomane is expected to enter into a plea and sentence agreement in the Western Cape High Court on today.

He faces 28 charges, including rape and kidnapping, after allegedly attacking several women near the University of Cape Town (UCT) between November last year and January this year.

Hlomane lived in bushes near Rhodes Memorial and would allegedly hold up his victims at knife-point, rape them and then rob them.

The manhunt for him ended when police arrested him in March.By then, he had allegedly raped five women, while a sixth managed to escape.Four of the victims were UCT students. 

 – African News Agency
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