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)