Three members of a South African vigilante group, Boko Haram, have received heavy sentence of a combined period of 384 years imprisonment at the Limpopo Division of the High Court in Polokwane, for a series of crimes they committed between September and October 2017.
Ndou Lukase Rembuluwani, Ndou Ben, and Khoza Ngobeni Small, all under-30s, were jailed on Tuesday after they were convicted on a total of 25 cases that were committed in Seshego and Westenburg areas.
Prosecutors said residents were tormented by their reign of terror that lasted for two months.
They terrorised community members in Limpopo by committing crimes that included murder, attempted murder, possession of unlicensed firearm and ammunition, house breaking with intention to rob, robbery with aggravating circumstances, malicious damage to property, theft, and house robberies.
The three men were also convicted for contravening immigration laws for being in South Africa illegally.