Our social development programs are too focused on welfarism and too little on healing the social pain that is overwhelming so many, writes Mamphela Ramphele.
On the 25th anniversary of the death of struggle hero and SACP leader Chris Hani, News24 takes a look at the two men who were responsible for his death.
The hidden truth behind Chris Hani’s assassination on April 10 1993 will soon be revealed in a memoir written by Hani’s 35-year-old daughter, Lindiwe.
The sentiment is quite clear Mrs Derby-Lewis. Neither you nor your husband have any remorse for the murder of Chris Hani.
Former Conservative Party MP Clive Derby-Lewis, who has died aged 80, was jailed for life for his part in the assassination of Chris Hani.
The High Court in Pretoria has reserved judgment in the parole bid by Chris Hani's killer, Polish immigrant Janusz Walus, according to the report.
The South African Communist Party has vented their ire as parole and release conditions were set for Clive Derby-Lewis.
The Department of Justice has announced it will not contest a court order granting Clive Derby-Lewis medical parole, according to reports.
The SA Communist Party expressed disappointment in the High Court in Pretoria's decision to grant Clive Derby-Lewis medical parole.
Clive Derby-Lewis, who provided the gun that killed SA Communist Party leader Chris Hani, should be released on medical parole, Judge Selby Baqwa has ruled.
Chris Hani's widow Limpho has not taken up an invitation by Clive Derby-Lewis to visit him in hospital so that he can apologise for his part in the death of her husband, Derby-Lewis's laywer says.
SA Communist Party general secretary Blade Nzimande has called for an official inquest into the circumstances surrounding the murder of former leader Chris Hani.
Chris Hani had to be murdered because he was an uncontrollable radical who was targeting civilians to achieve his political aims, according to Clive Derby-Lewis in his last interview before his death.
Gaye Derby-Lewis has said that her husband Clive is free as she announced his death.
Clive Derby-Lewis, who was jailed in connection with Chris Hani's murder, has died after a battle with cancer, his wife has confirmed.
Clive-Derby Lewis has given up trying to contact the family of slain anti-apartheid activist Chris Hani, his wife says.
Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha has decided not to contest Clive Derby-Lewis's medical parole and has set the conditions for his release as ordered by the High Court in Pretoria.
The justice ministry would explore whether it has any grounds to appeal the High Court's decision to grant Clive Derby-Lewis medical parole.
After an extensive court battle, Judge Selby Baqwa has ruled that Clive Derby-Lewis’s medical parole is effective immediately, saying he has shown remorse.
Judge Selby Bagwa is set to rule in the High Court in Pretoria on whether Clive Derby-Lewis will be allowed to go home on medical parole.
Clive Derby-Lewis should know by the end of this week whether he will be allowed to go home on medical parole.
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