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May 22, 2012
Attorney Zola Majavu (R) gestures to Patrick Ndlovu, one of the accused in a murder case of white supremacist...
VENTERSDORP, South Africa
Attorney Majavu gestures to Ndlovu, one of the accused in a murder case of white supremacist and AWB...
Attorney Zola Majavu (R) gestures to Patrick Ndlovu, one of the accused in a murder case of white supremacist and Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) leader Eugene Terre'blanche, during a verdict hearing of the case at a South African court in Ventersdorp, May 22, 2012. A South African court on Tuesday found black farmhand Chris Mahlangu guilty of murdering Eugene Terre'blanche, a white supremacist prominent during the dying years of apartheid, in a wage dispute. Ndlovu, who was a minor at the time of the April 2010 murder, was found guilty of housebreaking in Ventersdorp, a farming community about 125 km (80 miles) west of Johannesburg where Terre'blanche owned a farm. The case has served as a reminder of the bitter historical divisions in a country now dubbed the "Rainbow Nation" and ruled by the African National Congress, the party that helped end apartheid in 1994. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
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