Man turns himself in after businessman is killed in fight

2016-10-29 14:45


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Pretoria - A 21-year-old man has handed himself to police after a local businessman was found dead at a tavern in Refilwe, Cullinan, Gauteng police say.

The man allegedly stabbed his 31-year-old victim during an altercation over a girlfriend in the early hours of Saturday morning, Constable Connie Moganedi said.

The suspect turned himself in at 08:30 on Saturday.

The victim's body showed he had also sustained head injuries. His body was taken to Bronkhorstspruit mortuary.

The suspect will appear in the Cullinan Magistrate's Court soon, Moganedi added.

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