Latest update: 06/04/2010
South Africa: a fragile democracy?
The murder of Eugene Terreblanche brought a horrific end to a life spent trying to maintain minority rule then denying majority rule. But his death has reopened the debate on just how far the rainbow nation has come since the end of apartheid. So has Terreblanche's murder exposed the fraility of a post apartheid society? Or is it simply a grim reminder of history?