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Murder victim’s niece sees aunt’s killer convicted after she tracked him down online in South Africa


A Zimbabwean man who raped and murdered a British woman in 2014 was only arrested after the victim’s niece spent years working to avenge her aunt’s death.

Lehanne Sergison, now 51, spent years writing to her aunt’s killer online and tried to set up a sting operation, after becoming frustrated with the lack of progress on the case. 

Yesterday, Christine Robinson’s killer, Andrea Imbayarwo, 32, was found guilty of attacking his 59-year-old employer at her 125-acre Rra-Ditau lodge in Limpopo, South Africa. 

Christine Robinson bought the 125-acre Rra-Ditau lodge in Limpopo, South Africa, near the Botswana border, with her husband Daniel, also known as Robbie. She continued to run the 30-guest lodge after his death in 2012

Christine Robinson bought the 125-acre Rra-Ditau lodge in Limpopo, South Africa, near the Botswana border, with her husband Daniel, also known as Robbie. She continued to run the 30-guest lodge after his death in 2012

Lehanne Sergison spent years writing to her aunt's killer online and tried to set up a sting operation, after becoming frustrated with the lack of progress on the case. Pictured, Christine Robinson

Christine Robinson was raped and murdered by Andrea Imbayarwo, 32, in 2014, at her ranch in South Africa

Lehanne Sergison spent years writing to her aunt’s killer online and tried to set up a sting operation, after becoming frustrated with the lack of progress on the case. Pictured, Christine Robinson

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