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Man killed over R100 in Mpumalanga

2012-01-30 20:52

Johannesburg - A Mozambican has been killed by a compatriot in an argument over R100 in Ga-Phahla village near Marble Hall, Mpumalanga police said on Monday.

A 44-year-old man visited his countryman in his rented room at about 15:00 on Sunday, Constable Busi Mtshweni said.

While drinking together, the 30-year-old man asked for R100 owed to him by his visitor. An argument broke out between the pair.

"The older man pulled out a knife and stabbed his compatriot two times."

He was declared dead on the scene. Police arrested the man a few hours later in the same village.

He was expected to face a murder charge in the Mdutjana Magistrate's Court on Tuesday.

Comments
  • Fred - 2012-01-30 22:03

    Did he at least get his R100 back?

  • Ian - 2012-01-30 23:31

    That's a lot of money for a life in SA, I will never forget about the farmer who was killed for his baseball cap a few years ago.

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