JOHANNESBURG - The questions that are inevitably asked when someone's killed on a farm is whether it's criminality or political.
The Association for Rural Advancement believes race relations contribute to tensions on farms.
Land Rights Coordinator for the association, Siyabonga Sithole, says there is a lack of trust between farm owners and workers.
Agri SA says more proof is needed to link underlying historical and racial tensions to these attacks.
It also says crime and unbalanced social economic standings are the main contributors to farm attacks.
Watch the discussion in the video above for more on this story.