Clive Derby Lewis

Hani killer expected to apply for parole, again

Janusz Walus is expected to return to the Pretoria High Court on Tuesday morning to once again apply for parole

Chris Hani: The men behind his killing

It's almost impossible to talk about Hani without mentioning the two men responsible for his death

Clive Derby-Lewis dies at 80

The former politician died on Thursday in a Tshwane hospital.

Cosatu wants Walus parole to be fought in the Constitutional Court

On Thursday the Pretoria High Court dismissed the application for leave to appeal the release of Chris Hani's killer, Janusz Walus.

Clive Derby-Lewis gets parole

The terminally ill man who provided the gun that killed Chris Hani is to be out of prison by the end of next week.

Derby-Lewis showed no remorse for ‘heinous act’

The Pretoria high court has heard that Clive Derby-Lewis's apologies were mere lip service and the initial decline of his parole request was rational.

Everyone’s word against Derby-Lewis’s

Clive Derby-Lewis denies claims that he instructed his legal team to sue Minister Michael Masutha, who rejected his medical parole.

Good behaviour paroles de Kock

While Clive Derby-Lewis is not recognised as being terminally ill enough, Apartheid commander Eugene de Kock has been released on parole.

De Kock gets parole but Derby-Lewis’ medical parole rejected

Justice minister says former Vlakplaas commander Eugene de Kock will be released on parole while Clive Derby-Lewis remains behind bars.

Another chance at parole for Derby-Lewis

The quest for medical parole continues for Chris Hani's assassin, Clive Derby-Lewis, as the medical parole board files another recommendation.

Derby-Lewis’s wife cautions SACP on ‘wider conspiracies’

Gaye Derby-Lewis warns Chris Hani's wife, Limpho, and the SACP not to make allegations of wider conspiracies about Hani's murder.

Clive Derby-Lewis has ‘months to live’

Lawyers for Chris Hani's killer, Clive Derby-Lewis, have revealed he has only months to live during a high court application for his release.

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Response to the report of the independent assessors

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