The man had sustained multiple head injuries, believed to have been caused by a blunt object.
Police searched the suspect’s home and found 71 parcels and 835 grams of dry loose dagga, with an estimated street value of R1 100.
According to police reports, it is alleged the suspect was arrested after police received a tip-off from a member of the public.
Dannhauser SAPS Corporate Communications and Liaison Officer, Sergeant M.L. Nyembe said the muffins would be sent away for testing.
During the argument, the suspects produced a knife, and both brothers received several stab wounds to their chests and heads.
Ntshingila’s murder was reported in last week’s edition of the Newcastle Advertiser, and at the time of going to print, no suspects had been arrested.
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It is alleged the suspects sustained the injuries after opening fire at security guards at the mall, who then returned fire.
Contact investigating officer, Warrant Officer B. Laidlaw on 034 314 6207 if you have seen this man or know of his whereabouts.
According to police reports, a 24-year-old man was sentenced to 20 years behind bars on August 20, for the murder of his girlfriend in Madadeni.
Both suspects are wanted for a case of theft which occurred in Newcastle on July 25 at around 11.40 am.