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Published on Apr 5, 2010
The murder of a white supremacist leader has presented Jacob Zuma with an acute test of his bridge-building skills as he tries to stop the biggest racial storm of South Africa's post-apartheid history from raging out of control. Eugene Terre'Blanche's supporters, who wear khaki uniforms and the organisation's swastika-like symbol, violently opposed the all-race elections which ended apartheid, and campaigned for a self-governing white state before fading into relative obscurity. Now, they're coming together again over the controversial figurehead's death.Duration: 01:42