Janusz Walus parole: MKMVA protests outside court
The association believes Hani's killing was part of a wider conspiracy & Walus does not deserve to be free.
A group of the MKMVA's members has gathered outside the Western Cape High Court.
They will hand over a memorandum of grievances to Western Cape Judge President John Hlophe, outlining their opposition to Walus being granted parole.
The MKMVA's Fumanikile Booi says, "We are coming here to add our word to the millions of South Africans who are saying, 'No bail, let the brutal killer of Chris Hani rot in jail!'"
The association says it believes Hani's killing was part of a wider conspiracy, adding Walus does not deserve to be freed.
Walus was imprisoned after shooting the communist party leader at his home in Boksburg in 1993.
Earlier this year, Justice Minister Michael Masutha set aside a decision by the medical parole board to have Walus freed and called for further dialogue with the South African Communist Party (SACP) and Hani's family.
#ChrisHani Moerane describes remarks by Masutha as using strong words.quotes "this crime was atrocious and deserving the harshest sentence".— EWN Reporter (@ewnreporter) April 12, 2016
Last month a High Court judge handed down a ruling that Walus be released on parole within 14 days.
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