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Janusz Walus, who was found guilty of killing then SACP leader and struggle icon Chris Hani, has had his application for parole turned down again by the government.

Walus and late right-wing politician Clive Derby-Lewis were sentenced to death for Hani's murder outside his home in Boksburg on April 10 1993. Their sentences were later commuted to life imprisonment...

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