Tzaneen murder suspect to appear in court

2015-12-05 18:52
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Limpopo – A 35-year-old man will appear on court on Monday after a woman was found dead in a wheelbarrow in his yard.

The man was arrested following the death of 29-year-old Dikeledi Mahasha at Ga-Madumane village in the Bolobedu Policing area outside Tzaneen.

Police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe said it was alleged that the suspect forcefully removed the deceased at knifepoint from her home at a nearby village.

She was later found dead in his yard.

The suspect will appear in the Bolobedu Magistrate Court on Monday on a charge of murder.

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