The remaining victim is in a critical condition at Shifa Hospital.
Provincial police spokesman, Lt Col Thulani Zwane said, “Police and security personnel were alerted and a description of the suspects was given to them which led to the successful arrests.”
The station’s communications officer, Sgt Vincent Mthembu said there has been an increase in the number of cases reported at the station in the past few months.
Cato Manor SAPS communications officer, Cpt CA Sibiya said following violent protests in the area, the local clinic staff feel unsafe as the heritage centre in the vicinity was also attacked by the protesters.
The officer was the called to the scene where he searched the suspect and recovered the cellphone and a watch from his pocket.
Cnst Ruiters and Cnst Nxumalo were on patrol in the areas when they noticed the suspects who pretended to be hitch-hiking.
Communications officer of Mayville SAPS, Sgt MS Rasool said they are clamping down on drugs and criminal activities in the community.
Police will be on high alert and ensure a zero-tolerance approach in dealing with criminal elements at sports stadiums.
Blue Security community and media liaison officer, Andreas Mathios said three suspects had managed to gain entry onto the property in Portland Place where they accosted the two domestic workers after tampering with the gate just after noon.
Prior to the arrest, Det Cnst Gabisa followed up on a tip-off from community members after a house was broken into in Dunbar Road Bonela on Monday.
An altercation apparently broke out and the suspect produced a knife and stabbed the victim several times.