Shrien Dewani

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'Analysis' claiming that the judge in the Shrien Dewani trial was biased has been dismissed.

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Justice failed us, says Anni Dewani’s family

The family of slain honeymooner Anni Dewani said they just wanted to know what happened to her, but they only heard half of the story.

Dewani found not guilty of Anni’s murder

Businessperson Shrien Dewani has been acquitted of the murder of his wife Anni while on honeymoon in Cape Town in 2010.

Petition wants Traverso dismissed from Dewani trial

A petition was launched on Friday to have the Western Cape High Court judge in Shrien Dewani's trial recused because of her "biased conduct".

Dewani: ‘Amateurish’ killers lured by money, says state

The co-conspirators in the murder of Anni Dewani were all in financial difficulties and lured by the money on offer, according to the state.

State says Dewani killers were unprofessional, amateur

State prosecutor Adrian Mopp says were it not for the killing of Anni Dewani, the organisation of the entire plot by the hitmen would be "comical".

Dewani trial takes another twist

As the law runs its course, Anni Hindocha's family might never find out why Shrien Dewani would give conflicting versions about his wife's ring.

NPA files response to Dewani’s lawyers

Dewani's defence is aiming to get a not guilty verdict based on the prosecution's case.

Who really paid for Dewani hitman’s funeral?

The police want to know why a mystery donor or foreign human rights group would fund the large legal costs of a man who had chosen a life of crime.

Dewani gets day off from court for Anni’s anniversary

Shrien Dewani requested a day off to mark the fourth anniversary of wife Anni Hindocha's death as emails between the two revealed her unhappiness.

Dewani: Witness’s memory, Hindu ceremony in question

While one witnesse's memory was questioned, a police officer noted that Shrien Dewani did not attend a ceremony for Anni, but went shopping instead.

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