It's a very sad day in South Africa, says Limpho Hani of Janusz Walus release

Limpho Hani feels anger at the decision to release her husband's killer Janusz Walus on parole in the next 15 days. The widow of assassinated ANC leader Chris Hani speaks out about the Pretoria High Court ruling.

Listen to the interview below:

This judge played God instead of dealing with the matters before her. She told me and my family to move on, so the judgment is not a surprise.

Limpho Hani, Chris Hani's wife

There seems to be something very interesting happening in this country where the judiciary wants to rule this country through the back door because they undermine executive decisions.

Limpho Hani, Chris Hani's wife

She is nothing but a racist. To her, black lives don't matter. She hardly made mention of my husband's murder in her judgment.

Limpho Hani, Chris Hani's wife

It's a very sad day in South Africa and I am highly irritated that this white woman can tell me how to feel.

Limpho Hani, Chris Hani's wife

Janusz murdered my husband in cold blood...All I want is for Janusz and whoever is supporting him is to tell me what happened and tell me the truth.

Limpho Hani, Chris Hani's wife

SACP second deputy general secretary Solly Mapaila also expressed his party's outrage at the court's decision.


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