South African man jailed for Terreblanche murder

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A court in South Africa has sentenced a black farm worker to life in prison for the murder of white supremacist leader Eugene Terreblanche.

The judge ruled that Chris Mahlangu killed Terreblanche, 71, with an axe following a pay dispute in April 2010.

The killing highlighted South Africa's fragile race relations, more than 15 years after white minority rule ended.

Nomsa Maseko reports from Ventersdorp.

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