Eugene Terreblanche

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Cops Probe Gay Sex Link in Supremacist's Murder

'Something shocking,' says suspect's attorney

(Newser) - South African police are probing a possible gay sex link to the murder of white supremacist land owner Eugene Terreblanche. A teenager has admitted that he killed the farmer with a co-worker after Terreblanche refused to pay them wages. But police said they are probing all possible motivations, including gay... More »

Racist Comes Close to Blows on S. African TV

'Don't you dare interrupt me,' he tells black activist

(Newser) - As South African racial tensions continue to mount, the white supremacist leader of a paramilitary group yesterday nearly came to blows with a black activist on a TV news program. "Don't you dare interrupt me," Andre Visagie told Lebohang Pheko after she peppered him with questions. He ripped... More »

Boy, 15, Admits White Supremacist Murder

Says he used iron bar to beat Terreblanche on African farm

(Newser) - A 15-year-old South African farm worker has confessed to fatally bludgeoning Eugene Terreblanche after the white supremacist refused to pay him wages. A co-worker "started hitting Terreblanche with four blows to the head. Then my son took the iron rod and hit him with three blows," said the... More »

Zuma Scrambles to Defuse Racial Tensions

S. Africa leader warns against violence after killing

(Newser) - South African President Jacob Zuma appealed for calm yesterday as growing racial tensions in South Africa sparked fears of violence in the wake of the killing of white supremacist Eugene Terreblanche. Zuma called the murder a "terrible deed" and urged South Africans not to fall prey to "agent... More »

Leader's Slaying a 'Declaration of War': White Supremacists

S. African bludgeoned by black farm worker

(Newser) - A top member of a South African white supremacist group says the slaying of their leader is "a declaration of war" by blacks against whites. Andre Visagie also vowed today to avenge the death of Eugene Terreblanche and says his group will warn soccer teams to avoid the 2010... More »

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