One of the two South African farm workers accused of murdering white supremacist leader Eugene Terreblanche in 2010 has been found guilty.
The court convicted Chris Mahlangu, but acquitted a second accused, Patrick Ndlovu, who was just 15 at the time.
There is tight security outside the court in the north-western town of Ventersdorp.
The 2010 killing highlighted South Africa's fragile race relations, 16 years after white minority rule ended.
However, the BBC's Karen Allen, who is in Ventersdorp, says fears that the killing could trigger political violence, dividing the country along racial lines, have not been realised.
She says the case has brought to the fore allegations of wage exploitation and a sexual motive, along with claims of a botched police investigation.
Scores of members of Terreblanche's Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging (Afrikaner Resistance Mov
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Tags: eugene terreblanche, afrikaneer, white, supremacist, south africa, murder, black, guilty, apartheid
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