Terre’Blanche accused sorry about AWB leader’s death
By Khanyisa Tabata
19 October 2011
The trial of the accused in the Eugene Terre’Blanche murder case took an unexpected turn yesterday.
The High Court sitting in Ventersdorp in North West heard that farm worker Chris Mahlangu was bitterly sorry about how the right wing leader had died.
Mahlangu’s lawyer Kgomotso Tlouane said during cross-examination of an expert that the more evidence Mahlangu heard about the body, the sorrier he felt.
Mahlangu and the minor accused with him have pleaded not guilty to beating Terre’Blanche to death in April last year.