Hairstylist sentenced to 6.5 years for stealing $300K from client

Thursday, 29 Mar, 2018

Momberg was found guilty on four counts of crimen injuria on November 3 in connection with her rant, which started when she lashed out at a black police officer who had helped her after an alleged smash-and-grab incident in Northriding, Johannesburg.

The appeal was denied, however the aspiring heart surgeon can still apply to have her case heard by a full court of two or three judges. That year was suspended for a period of three years on condition that she did not commit the offence again.

Ernst Roets, Deputy CEO of AfriForum, says that Momberg's remarks were indeed racist and need to be condemned.

Handing down the sentence in the Randburg Magistrates' Court, magistrate Pravina Rugoonandan was reported as saying that condemning the racially abusive k-word would deter others from using the word. Her tirade was caught on camera and the video soon went viral.

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On Wednesday Advocate Kevin Lawlor for Momberg told the court that it was the courts discretion to grant her bail despite the accused being sentenced.

Austin Burke was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison with the possibility of parole in 30 years, to be immediately followed by 11 years for the aggravated robbery convictions and then the firearm specifications- which would lead to a minimum sentence of 47 years in prison.

Ian Pringle QC acknowledged that the stabbing would normally result in a prison sentence, either immediate or suspended.

In a statement, it says "it delivers a clear message to South Africans that the kind of race-based abuse for which Ms Momberg was found guilty will not be tolerated".