Clive Derby-Lewis parole opens renewed speculation into Hani murder and the arms deal
While Clive Derby-Lewis, the man who procured the gun that Polish immigrant Janusz Walus used to murder Chris Hani in 1993, might be terminally ill and soon let out on parole, questions about alternative motives for Hani’s killing remain. Last week, investigative journalist and former member of the Dutch anti-Apartheid movement, Evelyn de Groenink, published a piece in The ZAMcronicle, an online magazine, reviving a long-held conviction that Hani was murdered because he had been “an obstacle to the R70 billion arms deal being negotiated with ANC leadership at the time”. By MARIANNE THAMM.
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