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>> South Africans protest outside a courtroom demanding justice for the death of a black 16 year old. He was allegedly murdered by two white farmers last month, but they say they didn't get it this time. Racial tensions flaring as a result, a white farmer fights with a journalist.
Police clash with protestors and houses in the town of Coligny in the northwest of the country are set alight. The suspects at the center of teenager Matlhamola Jonas Mosweu's death, Pieter Doorewaard and Phillip Schutte, stand accused of throwing him off a moving vehicle after catching him stealing sunflowers.
But they claim they were driving him to the local police station when he allegedly jumped off the vehicle and died. They've been granted bail because the witness couldn't confirm whether he saw the 16 year old being thrown from the vehicle. The suspects will return to court for trial next month, but violence could soon erupt again.
Last month, businesses, houses and vehicles were looted in protests sparked by the teenager's death.