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Terreblanche death brings Zuma appeal for calm

South African President Jacob Zuma has called for calm after white supremacist leader Eugene Terreblanche was killed.

Police have arrested two farm workers who they say beat Mr Terreblanche to death in a dispute over wages.

Mr Zuma told the nation he was shocked by the news and urged unity.

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