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A diamond ring found on the back seat of the car honeymooner Anni Dewani was killed in proves it was not a robbery, her family told British newspaper The Sun. Pictures of the ring, valued at R340 000, were published in the newspaper at the weekend.
The full picture will only emerge when Shrien comes down to Cape Town and faces the trial and extradition that he has," News14 quoted Vinod Hindocha, as saying. "Me and my wife, we have not slept a full night since Anni left us and Shrien holds the
A Western Cape High Court judge started reading out the judgment relating to one of honeymoon tourist Anni Dewani's alleged killers on Monday morning. Xolile Mngeni, 25, appeared before Judge Robert Henney, and put his head down on his arms to hide
"Its preposterous to suggest he arranged the murder of his wife within 1 hour of arriving to a strange foreign country" This is the oft repeated claim from the family and supporters of Shrien Dewani, accused of
Anni Dewani's killers never discussed how she would be murdered, the Western Cape High Court heard on Wednesday. Convicted killer Mziwamadoda Qwabe testified that a discussion between himself, shuttle driver Zola Tongo and the man on trial, Xolile
SMSes reportedly sent by murdered bride Anni Dewani during her honeymoon have cast a further shadow over the man accused of arranging her killing. Her husband, Shrien, is suspected of masterminding her murder in a staged hijacking while they were on
Are the Hindochas riding the wave of public sympathy to actively smear and malign Shrien Dewani As the story of the brutal murder of Anni Dewani whilst on honeymoon in South Africa has unveiled, there has been
The honeymoon murder suspect had a furious bust-up at the funeral parlour next to Anni's coffin with the lid open. For some unknown reason he objected for her mum and relatives to be alone with Anni to say their goodbyes. Anni'
The mother of Anni the murdered on her honeymoon in South Africa was telling, for the first time, that her daughter rang her on the night she died. Anni said: "I have a lot to tell you mummy -- we will have a long chat when I get home."
Shrien Dewani's father Prakash (left) and brother Preyen (right)...Bail conditions unchanged "He remains on bail under [the] same conditions." Judge Howard Riddle requested several undertakings from his family at the Belmarsh Magistrates Court in