Two men had an argument over a girlfriend that led to the death of 20 year old man .
Ntsako Hlongwane 19 was in the company of his girlfriend at his home when the incident occurred, While the two were relaxing in the bedroom.
It is alleged that Amukelani was accusing Ntsako of stealing his girlfriend , according to Ntsako the girlfriend was his legitimate lover not Amukelani . Amukelani had no reason to believe that they had a relationship.
During the argument Ntsako lost his temper and produced a knife and allegedly stabbed Amukelani twice on the chest and in the back.
The controversial girl phoned the paramedics after the incident ,when paramedics arrived Amukelani was certified dead.
Ntsako was arrested and charged with murder. He appeared to court the following day and was not asked to plead ,the case was postponed until 29 July .
The accused will be in custody until his court date ,he was denied bail .The police are still investigating the matter further .
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