The ringleader of a white supremacist plot to assassinate Nelson Mandela and drive black people out of South Africa has been sentenced to 35 years in jail, the national broadcaster has reported.
Former university lecturer Mike du Toit was convicted last year of treason for his leadership role in the plot, after a trial lasting nine years.
He led the Boeremag, a militia of white supremacist loyalists.
In 2002 it attempted to overthrow the governing African National Congress.
Twenty other Boeremag members convicted of high treason were given jail terms of between five and 35 years in the court in Pretoria.
Source: BBC News