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Monday, 16 March, 1998, 08:57 GMT
Hani Truth hearing resumes
Chris Hani, the ANC's former chief of staff, pictured with Nelson Mandela in 1990
Chris Hani, the ANC's former chief of staff, pictured with Nelson Mandela in 1990
The hearing into the murder of the former ANC chief of staff, Chris Hani, is resuming at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Johannesburg.

Clive Derby-Lewis, the former member of parliament who is currently serving a life sentence, is to appear before the Commission with his co-accused in the murder, Janusz Walus.

Clive Derby-Lewis, due to appear before the Commission
Clive Derby-Lewis, due to appear before the Commission
The hearing, which had been adjourned in December, is expected to hear from Edwin Clarke, who supplied Derby-Lewis with a modified firearm.

Rioting followed the death of Chris Hani in 1993.

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