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Thursday, 30 March, 2000, 18:31 GMT 19:31 UK
In pictures: Terreblanche's surrender
The South African white supremacist leader, Eugene Terreblanche, surrendered to police on Thursday to serve time for an assault conviction - but he was determined not to come quietly.

Decked out from head to toe in black, and serenaded by a band dressed in paramilitary uniforms, Terreblanche arrived astride a black horse.

crowd around horse
The crowd surrounded the right-wing leader

Supporters with Swatika-like insignia and sign
The sign reads "ET did not commit murder but Winnie did! Where's justice?"

Terreblanche and Ralph
Terreblanche kisses his steed, Ralph

police escort
Police escort Terreblanche to Potchefstroom prison

supporter
A supporter takes exception to the one-year jail term

Unidentified supporter holds grandson
Juan Visser, 3, plays with a toy gun among supporters

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