NPA spokesperson Phindi Mjonondwane was speaking after Momberg was sentenced to an effective two years in prison by the Randburg Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.
A Wichita man has been sentenced to over four years in prison for assaulting another man during a fraudulent Craisglist transaction last summer.
In a brief address to the court before his sentencing, Krafft said he didn't think the jury's recommendation was appropriate, and he called the 25-year term "a little extreme".
She used the k-word almost 50 times during a racist tirade after a smash-and-grab incident.
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Momberg was also denied bail, pending her leave to appeal the sentence. This is still to be argued.
"It's a sad day for me".
"Respect for one another is sacrosanct, we are all human beings", said Magistrate Pravina Raghoonandan, while handing over her sentence. Momberg was convicted in November of crimen injuria, the use of racial or other emotionally damaging insults that "unlawfully, intentionally, and seriously [impair] the dignity of another".
She later said it was apparent that, based on letters provided to the court by various family members, there is still an inability to unite and find common ground even after Eric Krafft's death.
Yusuf Baba, the leading prosecutor in the matter, said it was time for the Hate Speech Bill to be enforced. She is appealing this order.