National 25.2.2017 08:37 pm

Man kills ex-business partner; then himself

It is not yet known what might have triggered the incident.

Meyerton police spokesperson in south of Johannesburg, Constable Maria Letsele has confirmed that a murder-suicide case has been opened after two people died on Friday in Galloway Street, Sedibeng Ster reports.

Man kills ex-business partner; then himself
Man kills ex-business partner; then himself

Man kills ex-business partner; then himself

It is not yet known what might have triggered the incident.

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