“We had been searching for him since last week. He was arrested for murder,” Warrant Officer Kay Makhubela said.
The 32-year-old girlfriend was stabbed several times and locked in a flat in Jabulani, Soweto, on June 29.
The man apparently phoned the woman’s friend and confessed to killing her, police said at the time.
Sebolia is a presenter at Soweto-based community radio station, Jozi FM.
Police offered a R50,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.
In contrast, Sebolia means ‘kill’ in Se-Sotho.
Makhubela said he would appear in the Protea Magistrate’s Court soon.
Meanwhile, Motsweding FM radio personality, who made headlines earlier this year, Mzwandile Dick Moalusi, 30, appeared briefly before Mmabatho Magistrate Court on Tuesday, according to Taung Daily News.
Dj Papa was found guilty in two accounts of culpable homicide and was sanctioned to 8 years in jail, however the sentence was suspended for 5 years in condition he does not commit the same offence again.
Moalusi was released on R5000 bail after he briefly appeared in the Mmabatho Magistrate’s Court.
Moalusi, better known as Papa was facing two counts of culpable homicide, reckless and/or negligent driving, drunken driving, failure to ascertain injuries and failure to render assistance.
This came after his vehicle hit and killed two brothers at about 5am early this year in Mahikeng’s Extension 38 suburb.
Moalusi was alleged to have been drunk at the time.
The deceased, aged nine and 20, were knocked down by Moalusi’s vehicle, while walking along the road together with their mother on their way to church.
Provincial police spokesperson Brigadier Thulani Ngubane said that Moalusi was driving a silver Audi when he lost control and knocked down the two.
“The vehicle swerved and collided with a maroon Toyota Corolla that was in front and hit a rock before it eventually stopped.
“It is further reported that the suspect fled the scene on foot after the accident, leaving behind a female passenger.
“The police searched for the suspect at his place of residence and also at his work place.
“The suspect handed himself over to the police at Mmabatho station on the same day at about 11am, accompanied by his legal representative.
“That was when he was apprehended and sent to the police cells, where he spent a night before he appeared in court the next day,” Ngubane said.