22-year-old man was arrested and charged with murder after he allegedly stabbed his 16-year-old girlfriend to death in Pretoria on Monday afternoon.
According to Gauteng police, the girl was heard screaming "sorry, I won't repeat that mistake again" by the man's sister.
The sister then requested assistance from their mother.
"On arrival, they discovered the deceased with several stab wounds on the upper body lying on the floor, and the suspect had not been identified," said Colonel Kay Makhubele of Gauteng police.The girl was pronounced dead on the spot.
The 22-year-family old's handed him over to the cops.
Last week a 33-year-old man who had been on the run from the cops since his ex-girlfriend was discovered dead on handed himself over to the police. Last Tuesday morning, the man surrendered to police in Norkem, Kempton Park, in connection with the murder of Angelique "Angie" Fourie, 27, in Trichardt, Mpumalanga.
When he vanished on Sunday after dropping his two-year-old daughter off at his sister's house in Secunda, a nationwide search was started to find him.
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