Mthethwa, Cele visit Terre'Blanches

2010-04-04 12:10
Johannesburg - Police Minister Nathi Mthethwa and Commissioner of police, Bheki Cele were warmly received by Eugene Terre'Blanche's family on Sunday during a visit, a spokesperson said.

"They were well received by the family and Terre'Blanche's daughter, Beya even expressed appreciation and said she had confidence in the police that this matter would be concluded soon," North West spokesperson for Public Safety, Lesiba Kgwele said.

The entourage were presently headed for the Ventersdorp farm where Terre'Blanche was murdered on Saturday.

Terre'Blanche, 69, was attacked by a man and minor who worked for him after they allegedly had an argument over unpaid wages around 18:00 on Saturday.

He was attacked with a panga and pipe at his North West farm.

A 21-year-old man and 15-year-old boy were arrested for the crime.

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