The human skull that was found canvassed in a shallow grave near the R558 towards Westonaria on Tuesday has been associated with the body parts found in a cooler in Soweto on Saturday.
The body parts are being related with the disappearing of a 23-year-older individual from Soshanguve.
Inhabitants of Protea Glen in Soweto were left paralyzed after a 24-year-older individual was caught on Saturday for murder, following the divulgence of body parts saved inside a refrigerator.
According to Gauteng police, the man's significant other made the appalling revelation after he gave the property to go to the shops to buy food, and she called for help from neighbors.
Police delegate Brigadier Brenda Muridili said an off the check cop staying in Protea Glen responded to the bad behavior event and called for support.
"It is represented that the man is an occupant at the saved niches in that yard and his associate observed the body parts after he had left to go to the shops.
"The body parts will be transported off the logical science lab for ID," Muridili in an affirmation.
Flavio Hlabangwane, 26, displayed at the Protea Magistrates Court defying a charge of murder.
The National Prosecuting Authority's (Npa's) agent Phindi Mjonondwane said Hlabangwane was remanded in guardianship at Moroka police base camp until 22 November for extra assessments to continue.
Mjonondwane said Hlabangwane similarly expected to apply for genuine depiction with Legal Aid South Africa.
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