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Terre’Blanche verdict sparks racial protests

Outside court, white protesters showed an effigy of a hanged black man as backers of Eugene Terre'Blanche's killer, Chris Mahlangu, sang racial songs.

Terre’Blanche killer sentenced to life in prison

Eugene Terre'Blanche's killer, farmhand Chris Mahlangu, has been sentenced to life in prison for the AWB leader's murder last year.

Whitewashing anger: What the Terre’Blanche verdict means

The conviction of a farmworker for the murder of Eugene Terre'Blanche has laid bare South Africa's bitter anger across the racial divide.

ET verdict: Less roar, more grumble

Venterdorp is little different after the Terre'Blanche judgment. But the nature of racism may have changed, writes Phillip de Wet.

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