Mngeni guilty of killing Dewani
Xolile Mngeni, the man accused of killing Swedish honeymooner Anni Dewani, walks with a Zimer frame as he arrives at the Cape Town's High Court for judgment. Mngeni has suffered from a brain tumour, which was removed before the case started. (Rodger Bosch, AFP)
Although his palm print was found on the car in which Dewani's lifeless body was found, Mngeni claimed innocence in the November 2010 killing. (Rodger Bosch, AFP)
He was found guilty of shooting Swedish bride Anni Dewani dead.
However, Western Cape High Court Judge Robert Henney acquitted him of kidnapping Dewani. (Rodger Bosch, AFP)
Mngeni had pleaded not guilty to hijacking, robbing and killing the tourist in Gugulethu, on November 13 2010. (Rodger Bosch, AFP)
Co-accused Mziwamadoda Qwabe testified that Mngeni helped him hijack the Dewanis and pulled the trigger on the honeymoon bride. (Rodger Bosch, AFP)