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Man held for Johannesburg murder

2012-10-11 10:45

Johannesburg - A Malawian man was expected to appear in the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on Thursday to face a murder charge, police said.

Warrant Officer Xoli Mbele said the 22-year-old allegedly killed a man in Johannesburg on Monday.

"It is alleged [he] stabbed Mohammed Manyika, 35, once in his chest in a room at City Hives building in Faraday.

"The victim's friends took him to Johannesburg Central Fire station where paramedics stabilised him before they took him to the Johannesburg hospital."

Manyika died on his way to hospital. His alleged attacker was arrested on Tuesday. The motive for the murder was not known.

Comments
  • Andrea - 2012-10-11 10:56

    This pic, again, really?

      jonathan.dutoit2 - 2012-10-11 11:04

      It' not about the pic, this is a NEWS website, if you want to look at pictures, this is the wrong place.

      thando.gqabaza - 2012-10-11 12:02

      These foreigners must go , they only cause trouble here

      dimitripappas - 2012-10-11 12:59

      @thando: they come here because this place is westernised so there is opportunity for a better living thanks to a thriving economy unlike their tribal lands. Unfortunately they don't leave their tribal behaviours behind with them, and that's why we have this problem. So agreed, they should just stay away from civilized society if they can't behave in a civilized manner

  • rodfor1435 - 2012-10-11 11:24

    Screw the pic..........these foreigners are so irritating......coming into my house and committing all these crimes..........99% are so arrogant it is as if I am foreign to my country.....make me President for a day and I will sort out the scum.........

      gerald.mphuthi - 2012-10-11 11:54

      Agreed ... I welcome you into my house, you kill me , my dog,rape my wife and my kids. This is just not on

      sanda.mnyazi - 2012-10-11 14:29

      Don't blame the foreigners, its the ANC

  • dataviz.mate - 2012-10-11 15:09

    An interesting interactive analysis of crime statistics by province is published at http://www.spaceage.co.za/blog/business-intelligence/south_africa_crime_statistics/. This article got me thinking about the murder rates in SA. According to the statistics released by SAPS, the murder rate in Gauteng per 100k people is much lower than a number of other provinces...eg, WC.

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