As the architects of apartheid, it's time for black people to collectively say sorry for the system Mandela designed to exploit white people.
The correctional services department says Clive Derby-Lewis's lawyers have submitted an incomplete parole application form.
Clive Derby-Lewis - convicted of killing SACP secretary general Chris Hani - has been recommended to be granted parole.
Trust in governance institutions and leaders is declining steadily and could signal the burgeoning of a more critical citizenship, writes Kim Wale.
Convicted killer Clive Derby-Lewis has been diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, according to his wife Gaye.
Thousands of SACP members marched to a Pretoria prison to demand that Chris Hani's killer remains behind bars, says the party spokesperson.
Chris Hani's murderer, Clive Derby-Lewis, and his co-conspirator Janusz Waluś have been attacked in prison.
More interesting than party membership is the extent to which Marxism informed Mandela's political thinking, writes Paul Trewhela.
Photographer Nic Eppel spent six weeks in the liberation hero's Eastern Cape village. This is what he found.
A woman claiming to be Chris Hani's daughter has slammed the ANC, despite Hani's widow distancing the family from her comments.
The truth is that we do not know what Chris Hani would have done, or become, had he lived.
Mbulelo Musi is the head of communications in the department of military veterans pays tribute to Chris Hani.
Jeremy Cronin has defended Trevor Manuel over his comments that government could no longer blame apartheid for its failures.
What was supposed to be a tribute to communist anti-apartheid hero Chris Hani turned into an occasion for political sideswipes and soap-boxing.
After twenty years, what have we learnt from the ultimate sacrifice Chris Hani made, asks Jay Naidoo.
SA owes assassinated SA Communist Party leader Chris Hani a debt of gratitude for what he did during the struggle, says President Jacob Zuma.
Chris Hani's death 20 years ago threatened to send SA spiralling out of control. Yet out of this tragedy came a renewed push for democratic elections.
Clive Derby-Lewis wants to apologise for his role in the assassination of SACP general secretary Chris Hani, the New Age has reported.