File: Janusz Walus has been in jail for nearly 25 years for the assassination of SACP leader, Chris Hani.
JOHANNESBURG - Justice Minister Michael Masutha refused Janusz Walu? parole for murder of Chris Hani.
Masutha said Walus continues to justify "killing a communist".
Masutha says Walus application only relates to "normal parole application" - not based on Walus reported cancer diagnosis.— Karyn Maughan (@karynmaughan) November 17, 2017
In August, the Supreme Court of Appeal gave Masutha 90 days to make a decision.
Walu? was granted parole last year after spending 24 years in jail for killing the SACP leader.
Masutha challenged that ruling.
Meanwhile, the Home Affairs Department revoked Walu?&39;s citizenship in May.
He&39;s likely to be sent back to Poland if he&39;s ever released on parole.