A South African man found guilty of the rape and brutal murder of a 17-year-old girl has been sentenced to two life terms in prison by a court near Cape Town.
State prosecutors had requested this sentence - without parole - for 22-year-old Johannes Kana.
Anene Booysen died in February, hours after she was mutilated in a case that caused national outrage.
South Africa has one of the highest rates of sexual violence in the world.'Shocking and inhumane'
At the scene
Shortly before his sentence was handed down I approached Johannes Kana and asked him how he was feeling. "I feel good because I know I'm not guilty of killing Anene," he said confidently. He confessed to assaulting and raping the teenager during the trial but denied killing her.
He did not show any emotion as Judge Patricia Goliath referred to the brutality of his attack on Anene Booysen. She said the "barbaric attack gave the court an idea of the type of person Kana is" and that the 22-year-old "did not show any remorse for the crimes he committed".
When the judge handed down the sentence, some of Miss Booysen's relatives started sobbing quietly. But Kana's uncle reacted by clapping his hands and laughing. He described the verdict as "a joke".
The attack sparked anger and outrage over the high levels of violence against women in South Africa. The government and police often come under fire for the low conviction rate of sexual offenders. But this time things were done differently: the trial was fast tracked and a stiff sentence was handed down.
The BBC's Nomsa Maseko at the court in Swellendam, 220km (136 miles) from Cape Town, says Kana's uncle clapped his hands and laughed as the judge announced the sentence.
"This is a joke," he said, adding that the system was unjust.
Many of those attending the trial feel justice has been served, our correspondent says.
But some in the community have raised questions about whether Kana was the only person involved in the attack as Ms Booysen told police before she died that there were several assailants, our reporter says.
She was left for dead at a construction site near her house in Bredasdorp and later died in a Cape Town hospital after she had been raped and disembowelled.
At the time President Jacob Zuma described the attack as "shocking, cruel and most inhumane".
He called for courts to impose the "harshest sentences" for sexual crimes.
During the trial, doctors who treated Ms Booysen described her horrific injuries - one said they were the worst injuries she had ever seen.
Just before she died, she said in hospital that five or six men had been involved in the attack.
But state prosecutors say that at the time she was intoxicated, in pain and under heavy medication so she may have been confused.
Three suspects were initially arrested but only Kana stood trial.
He confessed to raping Ms Booysen but denied killing her.
Meanwhile, charges against four of five men accused of kidnapping, raping and killing two young girls in Diepsloot, a shanty town north of Johannesburg, were withdrawn at the Pretoria Magistrate's Court on Friday.
The state prosecutor said evidence showed the men were not in Diepsloot at the time of the crime last month.
A fifth man remains in custody and the case was postponed until 27 November to allow for further investigation.
Last year, South African police figures show that 64,000 incidents of rape were reported last year.
Police say that a child is raped every three minutes in the country.