Ranjeni Munusamy : SOUTH AFRICA : 10 APRIL 2013 (SOUTH AFRICA)
Few matters provoke as much emotion in South Africa as the assassination of Chris Hani. It is now 20 years since convulsions of anger and grief shook the country as images of his bloodied corpse on his driveway were beamed across the world. It was a pivotal event that could have changed the course of history. These days, one of his killers, Clive Derby-Lewis, is making a renewed attempt for clemency, this time offering to meet Hani’s widow, Limpho, to apologise. But though Derby-Lewis escaped the gallows when his sentence was commuted life imprisonment, his is really a slow death sentence. He will never be forgiven for spilling the blood of Chris Hani. By RANJENI MUNUSAMY.
COMMENTS BY SONNY
That's the same in Love and War.
You live by the gun - You sure have a possibility of dying by the Gun.
IF JANUSZ WALUS & CLIVE DID NOT ASSASSINATE HANI HE COULD HAVE BEEN TAKEN OUT BY HIS COMRADES
IN THE SACP/ANC.
RUMOUR HAS IT HIS DEATH AND THE MOTIVES HAVE NOT BEEN ESTABLISHED YET.
WHAT ABOUT ALL THE LIVES OF THE INNOCENT SOUTH AFRICANS THAT THEY KILLED IN THEIR LANDMINE
AND SABOTAGE CAMPAIGNS?
ROBERT McBRIDE GOT A BETTER DEAL THAN CLIVE DERBY-LEWIS.
HOW MANY OF OUR SANDF SOLDIERS ARE BEING SENT TO THEIR SLAUGHTER AS WE SPEAK!
WHEN AT WAR DON'T CRY LIKE A COWBOY, especially in front of your horse!
Chris Hani and "US/WE/SAP" visited the same game Parks in Rhodesia.