The father of honeymoon murder victim Anni Dewani has had an arm ripped off in an industrial accident, his family confirmed on Wednesday. Vinod Hindocha, 65, whose daughter was kidnapped and murdered in South Africa in 2010, had his right arm severed just below the shoulder as he was fixing[…]
A meeting to determine if an inquest into the death of Anni Dewani will be reopened has been postponed for another month, the Sunday Independent reported. The meeting, which was to be held in London this week, was postponed due to the unavailability of the parties involved, Anni’s uncle Ashok[…]
The family of slain honeymooner Anni Dewani said the justice system had failed them after the Western Cape High Court discharged her husband Shrien Dewani of her murder on Monday. “We came here looking for answers, we came here looking for the truth and all we got was more questions,”[…]
British businessman Shrien Dewani was on Monday discharged of the killing of his wife Anni in 2010 and free to return home. Western Cape High Court Deputy Judge President Jeanette Traverso said his application for a discharge was granted and he was thus found not guilty on five charges. “There[…]
The Western Cape High Court is expected to hear arguments on Monday on an application for British businessman Shrien Dewani’s discharge on charges of conspiring to kill his wife. Last Monday, Francois van Zyl, for Dewani, said the defence intended making an application to Deputy Judge President Jeanette Traverso in[…]
British businessman Shrien Dewani and his newly-wed wife Anni sent each other “playful” phone messages days before she was killed in November 2010, the Western Cape High Court heard on Wednesday. Francois van Zyl, for Shrien Dewani, re-called investigating officer Captain Paul Hendrikse to show him the Blackberry phone messages[…]
Emotional e-mails from slain honeymooner Anni Dewani to her husband Shrien were retrieved from her phone in 2011, an investigating officer told the Western Cape High Court on Tuesday. Captain Paul Hendrikse, the State’s 15th witness, said they recovered her BlackBerry phone and sent it to the United Kingdom in[…]
A new witness is expected to be called on Tuesday as the trial of British businessman Shrien Dewani continues in the Western Cape High Court. On Monday, the court heard from a hotel receptionist of how two important phone calls took place around an alleged plot to kill Dewani’s wife[…]
The trial of British businessman Shrien Dewani, accused of murdering his wife Anni, continues in the Western Cape High Court on Tuesday. Shuttle taxi driver Zola Tongo, one of the men convicted of the killing, was expected to continue being cross-examined. On Monday, Dewani’s lawyer Francois van Zyl questioned Tongo[…]
British businessman Shrien Dewani’s trial, on a charge of murdering his wife Anni, continues in the Western Cape High Court in Cape Town on Monday. At his last court appearance on Wednesday, a police ballistics expert called by the State seemed to cause much exasperation and frustration during cross-examination. Pieter[…]
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