Today's Big Stories

Chris Hani's killer Clive Derby-Lewis dies

The man convicted of killing of former South African Communist Party (SACP) leader Chris Hani, Clive Derby-Lewis has died.

Hani was murdered in 1993 and Derby-Lewis was sentenced to life in prison for supplying the firearm that was used to kill the SACP leader.

Derby-Lewis was 80 years old and had suffered from terminal lung cancer.

He was granted medical parole on 29 May 2015 after several failed attempts.

Read More
SACP, Hani family 'not surprised' by dismissal of State's Janusz Waluś appeal

SACP, Hani family 'not surprised' by dismissal of State's Janusz Waluś appeal

Judge Nicoline Janse van Nieuwenhuizen dismissed the State's application for leave to appeal the parole of Chris Hani’s killer.

Walus parole appeal ruling is now set for Thursday

Walus parole appeal ruling is now set for Thursday

The High Court has decided to give its ruling on the parole appeal of Chris Hani's killer, Janusz Walus, on Thurday.

 Hani's political status should not affect Waluś parole appeal, says law expert

Hani's political status should not affect Waluś parole appeal, says law expert

The department will hear if it will be granted leave to appeal a high court judgment freeing Chris Hani's killer Janusz Walus.

SACP protests against Janusz Waluś release outside Kgosi Mampuru

SACP protests against Janusz Waluś release outside Kgosi Mampuru

The South African Communist Party has also condemned comments made by the High Court judge who granted the controversial parole.

SACP welcomes appeal to challenge Janusz Waluś release

SACP welcomes appeal to challenge Janusz Waluś release

Justice Minister Michael Masutha feels the court erred in its judgment in granting Janusz Walus parole and the SACP agrees.

Walus and Derby-Lewis tried to plunge SA into civil war, says Ray Hartley

Walus and Derby-Lewis tried to plunge SA into civil war, says Ray Hartley

South Africa was on the brink of change when the assassination of ANC leader Chris Hani almost plunged the country into war.

Why did Chris Hani's killer get parole?

Why did Chris Hani's killer get parole?

Janusz Walus's lawyer Julian Knight explains his argument to the court which lead to Chris Hani's killer being granted parole.

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

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

Limpho Hani and the SACP are deeply disappointment at the court's ruling to release Chris Hani's murderer Janusz Walus on parole.

Clive Derby-Lewis granted medical parole

Clive Derby-Lewis granted medical parole

The Midday Report - where you won't miss a thing

Derby-Lewis revisiting medical parole application

Derby-Lewis revisiting medical parole application

The Midday Report - where you won't miss a thing

Popular articles
Are you eating good fish or bad fish?

Are you eating good fish or bad fish?

Author of Eat-Ting, Anna Trapido talks to #WeekendBreakfast host Phemelo Motene about the SASSI coded fish system.

[LISTEN] Five, grade five learners caught drinking alcohol at school

[LISTEN] Five, grade five learners caught drinking alcohol at school

Dr Sue Goldstein, Director at the Soul City Institute for Social Justice chats about parents drinking booze in front of children.

Why low sexual desire is not 'abnormal'

Why low sexual desire is not 'abnormal'

Low sex drive is common and non-sexual relationships can also be fulfilling, explains clinical sexologist Dr Eve.

Man wants end to six-year marriage after wife refuses to cook for him

Man wants end to six-year marriage after wife refuses to cook for him

Geoffrey Matovu filed for divorce in the Family Division of the High Court accusing Ms Tryphena Nakiyingi of being disrespectful.

Jerome Booysen of Sexy Boy's life could be under threat

Jerome Booysen of Sexy Boy's life could be under threat

A fight broke at a hospital where Booysen was admitted and it is believed Booysen was the target of the scuffle.

Estate agent Aida admits it’s the source of SA’s largest data hack ever

Estate agent Aida admits it’s the source of SA’s largest data hack ever

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Stuff magazine’s Toby Shapshak.

Going to be hard to look the other way - Steven Powell on FBI probing Guptas

Going to be hard to look the other way - Steven Powell on FBI probing Guptas

Bruce Whitfield interviews Peter Hain (Wits Business School) and Steven Powell (Director in Forensics at ENS Africa).

UCT engineering student creates affordable grey water system

UCT engineering student creates affordable grey water system

Nkosinathi Nkomo came up with a system that could turn grey water into usable water amidst the Cape Town water crisis.