Two black farm workers, accused of killing the leader of the far-right Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB), Eugene Terre’Blanche, receive a verdict in a trial that led some analysts to fears of further racial tension in a country where the apartheid regime formally ended in 1994.
Both suspects, who were employed at the livestock of Terry’Blanche at the time of the murder, gave as motive that they were not paid for work they had done on the farm.
The last hearing was held on April 10.
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