A court has ruled that honeymoon murder suspect Shrien Dewani should be extradited to South Africa to stand trial.
The full extradition hearing for UK-based Shrien Dewani, accused of the honeymoon murder of his wife in South Africa, is due to begin.
British businessperson Shrien Dewani – wanted in SA in connection with the honeymoon murder of his wife – has suffered a mental health relapse.
The Western Cape High Court has sentenced Xolile Mngeni to life for killing tourist Anni Dewani, who was on her honeymoon in South Africa.
The ANC Women's League in Gauteng will march to the British embassy in Pretoria to demand that Shrien Dewani be extradited to South Africa.
Only after the judge considers his medical condition, will a sentence be handed down to Xolile Mngeni for the death of Anni Dewani.
Anni Dewani's killer most likely shot her from the front passenger seat of the hijacked vehicle, the Western Cape High Court heard on Wednesday.
The Western Cape High Court has heard that honeymooner Anni Dewani was not raped or sexually abused by her hijackers.
Shrien Dewani's mental health has improved to the point where his bail conditions should be alleviated, his doctor has told a UK court.
A man on trial for Anni Dewani's murder told his friend about robbing and killing a woman in Ilitha Park, the Western Cape High Court has heard.
A convicted killer of honeymooner Anni Dewani, Mziwamadoda Qwabe, has asked her family for forgiveness in the Western Cape High Court.
The killing of honeymooner Anni Dewani was orchestrated by a middleman, the Western Cape High Court has heard.
Extradition proceedings against Shrien Dewani are expected to resume this month in the UK, nearly two years after his wife's murder in Cape Town.
Aspects of Britain's High Court ruling to temporarily halt the extradition of businessman Shrien Dewani to South Africa have been welcomed by the NPA.
Britain's high court has temporarily halted the extradition of Shrien Dewani to South Africa where he is wanted in connection with his wife's murder.
An announcement is expected on British businessman Shrien Dewani's appeal to avoid extradition to South Africa over the murder of his wife, Anni.
The Independent Complaints Directorate has dismissed Anni Dewani murder accused's claims that he was assaulted or tortured while in police custody.
Britain's high court will announce its decision on businessman Shrien Dewani's appeal to avoid extradition to SA over his bride's murder this week.
Shrien Dewani must wait until 2012 to learn the outcome of his court battle against extradition to South Africa over his wife Anni's murder.
The South African government says Shrien Dewani will be properly cared for should he be extradited to face trial over his wife's murder.