eNCA senior reporter Annika Larsen travelled to Poland to find out what drove Polish immigrant Janusz Walus, to kill anti-apartheid hero Chris Hani.
JOHANNESBURG - The Justice and Correctional Services Minister, Advocate Michael Masutha has denied Chris Hani&39;s killer Clive Derby-Lewis medical parole.
The 79-year-old former Conservative Party MP is serving a life sentence for masterminding the killing of South African Communist leader and struggle hero Chris Hani on April 10, 1993.
In a news conference on 30 January 2015, the minister also made a decision regarding parole for two other apartheid killers. He granted parole for Eugene de Kock, the man dubbed Prime Evil, and postponed his decision regarding parole for apartheid assassin, Ferdi Barnard.
But what about Janusz Walus, the Polish immigrant who actually fired the shots that nearly plunged South Africa into civil war?
In this special feature, eNCA senior reporter Annika Larsen travelled to Walus’ native Poland to find out more about his background and what drove him to kill.