Issued by: Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Amnesty Hearing: Chris Hani murder
Venue: Johannesburg City Hall
Former Conservative Party member of parliament, Clive Derby-Lewis and his co-accused in the murder of Chris Hani, Polish immigrant Janusz Walus, are to appear again before the Amnesty Committee of the TRC at the Johanesburg City Hall from March 16 to 20.
The two applicants are serving life sentences in prison.
The last hearing on the matter ended on December 5, 1997. Lawyers for the victims have called Johan Visser, an amnesty applicant in another matter, to appear as a witness for the victims. He took part in meetings where a bail application for the accused was discussed.
Another witness, Edwin Clarke, who supplied Derby-Lewis with a modified firearm is expected to appear as well.
Advocate George Bizos, S.C., will oppose the application for the family.
Advocate Mokotedi Mpshe is the TRC evidence leader at the hearings.