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Johannesburg - The man believed to have shot at least four people - including his brother - outside the Tiger Tiger nightclub in Fourways turned himself in to the police on Tuesday morning.
Douglasdale police spokesman Warrant Officer Balan Muthan said the man arrived at the station with his legal representative at about 6am.
He was taken into custody and is expected to appear in court on Tuesday on charges of murder and attempted murder.
Police said yesterday that the suspect - a young man in his early to mid-twenties - had no criminal record and no links to Tiger Tiger.
The shooting at the club was preceded by an argument early Sunday morning.
Things turned deadly when one of the men took out his gun and shot at a group of people, including members of the club’s security who were trying to defuse the argument.
The gunman shot Charles Ramazani, head of security for Tiger Tiger, in the stomach.
A second guard was shot in the ankle, while a Fidelity shopping centre guard was hit in the arm.
When a man believed to be the gunman’s brother tried to step in to help defuse the situation and stop the man from shooting, he was also shot.
After the hail of gunfire, the shooter fled, leaving the injured men near the mall’s entrance.
The man believed to be the shooter’s brother died from his injuries after being rushed to hospital, while two others were also hospitalised in a critical condition.