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AfriForum decries SA farm murders down under

The group’s visit comes amid a controversial Australian senate motion condemning ‘anti-white racism’

South African politicians resist Trump’s ‘falsehoods’ about South Africa

Deputy president David Mabuza says the US president’s comments are a ‘distortion’

Coligny murder: Farmworkers back in court

Pieter Doorewaard and Philip Schutte are accused of killing Matlhomola Moshoeu after they allegedly caught Moshoeu stealing a sunflower

Farm murder rate lowest in 20 years

AgriSA has warned that it was essential to have accurate statistics around farm attacks to avoid making unfounded claims

​DIRCO slams special refugee status for white South Africans

South African government says it's “regrettable” that Australia’s home affairs minister wants to give special treatment to white South African farmers

Agri SA lambasts police for inaccurate reporting on farm worker murder

Agri SA lashed out at the police for reporting inaccurate details to the media around the brutal shooting of a farm worker in Krugersdorp.

Worker shot dead by farm owner for allegedly stealing tractor

Details of the alleged murder were still vague.

All lives matter, not just whites – ANC on #BlackMonday march

ANC spokesperson Zizi Kodwa said all lives mattered.

South Africa’s farm murder statistics are more political than accurate

The farm murder rate has been used by many as evidence that the white minority is being victimised and opp​ressed

State must ‘step up’ to combat farm attacks

A new Human Rights Commission report on farm attacks highlights the lack of state involvement in combating crimes that affect farmers and farmworkers.

Seven ways in which our government abuses black people

The real problem between black and white South Africans is not white people's attitude, but the government's desertion of black people.

Story of an African farm murder

In July 2010, three people were brutally murdered on Sherwood Farm in KZN. But what really happened that night only unravelled in the courtroom.

Farm murder might be a family affair

As new details emerge, ANC politician David Dlali's death is not as clear cut as it first seemed. Phillip de Wet reports.

Terre’Blanche trial postponed until January

The Eugene Terre'Blanche murder trial has been postponed until January 2012, after another day of court testimony revealed details of his grisly end.

Underwear mystery plagues Terre’Blanche trial

More police bungling became clear in the Ventersdorp High Court on Wednesday in the trial of the pair accused in Eugene Terre'Blanche's murder.

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