Child pornographer returns to court
Child pornographer Johannes Kleinhans will appear in the Parow regional court to be cross-examined.
CAPE TOWN - Former businessman Johannes Kleinhans will be cross-examined when he returns to the Parow regional court on 28 August.
On Monday the 74-year-old testified in mitigation of sentence and apologised to his victims and their families.
Kleinhans pleaded guilty and was convicted in May this year on 95 counts of child pornography, sexual assault and sexual grooming.
He has been in custody since his arrest in December 2010.
On Monday he told the court how he financially supported the families of his three victims, two of whom were sisters.
The girls were aged 13 when Kleinhans photographed them naked and showed them pornographic material.
He also fondled them.
Kleinhans told the court the girls asked him for a job and he allowed them to work for him on Saturdays.
He said one of the girls offered to pose naked for him in exchange for R500 so she could take her friends ice skating.
He admitted that what he did was wrong.
The state will call its own witnesses in aggravation of sentence, including a psychologist.