Two die in Limpopo

2012-04-04 20:17

Johannesburg - One person was strangled and another stabbed to death in two incidents in Limpopo on Wednesday, police said.

Spokesperson  Mohale Ramatseba said poliice were looking for a man who allegedly strangled his girlfriend at Ritavi in the Mokgolobotho village.

The woman's mother discovered the 25-year-old's body on Wednesday morning.

Police were searching for the 27-year-old boyfriend who was on the run, he said.

In another incident, police arrested a 30-year-old man for allegedly stabbing another man to death in Ga Kibi.

The 28-year-old was stabbed after an argument between the two. He was taken to hospital but died later, said Ramatseba.

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