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ANC Women’s League: Give us Dewani

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.

Mngeni found guilty of Dewani murder

Xolile Mngeni has been found guilty in the Western Cape High Court of killing honeymoon tourist Anni Dewani.

Judgment day for Dewani’s alleged killer

A Western Cape High Court judge has started reading out the judgment relating to one of honeymoon tourist Anni Dewani's alleged killers.

Witness says Dewani shooter was next to driver

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.

Pathologist report shows Anni Dewani was not raped

The Western Cape High Court has heard that honeymooner Anni Dewani was not raped or sexually abused by her hijackers.

Dewani: Mngeni spoke about murder

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.

Dewani accused is privately funded

Questions have been raised about who is funding the lawyer representing the man accused of pulling the trigger in Anni Dewani's murder.

Dewani witness ‘was drunk’

A witness in the Anni Dewani murder case was drunk the night he drove with her convicted killer and an alleged accomplice to Gugulethu.

Dewani killer sentenced to 25 years

Mziwamadoda Qwabe has been sentenced by the Western Cape High Court to 25 years imprisonment for kidnapping and murdering honeymooner Anni Dewani.

Dewani’s mental health must be assessed quickly — NPA

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.

Dewani extradition outcome expected

An announcement is expected on British businessman Shrien Dewani's appeal to avoid extradition to South Africa over the murder of his wife, Anni.

Dewani extradition outcome due soon

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.

Dewani lodges appeal against extradition order

British businessman Shrien Dewani has lodged an appeal against the UK Home Secretary's order that he can be extradited to SA over his wife's murder.

SA men in Dewani case to go on trial next year

Two men charged with the township murder of British honeymooner Anni Dewani are to go on trial next year in the Western Cape High Court.

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