Second chance for ET convict
PATRICK Ndlovu, 18, has been given "a chance to be a boy", says his lawyer Zola Majavu.
Majavu said the boy would continue with schooling "in China".
He said he was talking with some NGOs, a missionary school and the Department of Social Development to ensure Ndlovu continues with school and "gets the chance to be a boy".
Ndlovu, pictured, was 15 years old at the time of AWB leader Eugene Terre'Blanche's killing.
Majavu said: "We have all lost sight of the fact that a boy was employed to work on a farm. He was supplied with alcohol as payment by his employer. He lived in conditions a state witness said she would not let her dogs live in."
Ndlovu's uncle Thomas Ndlovu said in the meantime he was ready to take him in and look after him.
Ndlovu's mother quickly and quietly disappeared after proceedings. Majavu said it was decided she would not talk to the media, but said she showed remorse as her parenting was subjected to criticism by the judge.
Chris Mahlangu will appeal his sentence of life in jail, his lawyer said.
Kgomotso Tlousane will be filing an application for leave to appeal on September 14. Terre'Blanche's brother, Andries, said he was not satisfied with the sentence.
"There are things that will always hurt us. We do not believe that the truth came out."
Terre'Blanche's wife Martie declined to be interviewed.