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Byline: Franny Rabkin
Hani's killer in new bid to gain parole Staff Writer CLIVE Derby-Lewis, convicted killer of South African Communist Party leader Chris Hani, has launched a second application in the Pretoria High Court to be released on parole and to declare certain sections of the Correctional Services Act unconstitutional.
Derby-Lewis was sentenced to death in 1993 for Hani's murder. When the death penalty was declared unconstitutional, his sentence was commuted to life imprisonment.
In October, Derby-Lewis urgently applied to the Pretoria High Court asking for parole. He argued that, in terms of chapter 7 of the Correctional Services Act, he …