South Africa: Protests against release of apartheid-era assassin

South africa: protests against release of apartheid-era assassin

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Thousands of members of South Africa’s governing African National Congress have protested against the release of an apartheid-era assassin, Janusz Walus.

He has been granted parole after serving nearly three decades in prison.

Al Jazeera’s Fahmida Miller reports.

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