Anni Dewani's family 'in bad shape'

2012-08-01 09:13
Vinod Hindocha, Anni Dewani's father. (Lihle Jacobs, News24)

Vinod Hindocha, Anni Dewani's father. (Lihle Jacobs, News24)

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Cape Town - The family of Anni Dewani are unhappy about the postponement of the extradition hearing of Anni’s husband and suspected killer, Shrien Dewani, by more than a month.

Eyewitness News reported that the family took the news of the postponement badly.

British businessman Shrien Dewani, who is accused of organising his wife’s murder while they were on honeymoon in Cape Town, is said to be receiving treatment for depression, which has been marginally successful.

But Anni Dewani’s uncle said: “It’s torture for us, the family is in very bad shape. We need closure.”

Since Anni’s murder in 2010, the family have publicly told of the strain they were under while trying to bring her murderers to book.

While Dewani is fighting his extradition to Cape Town to face murder charges, taxi driver Zola Tonga has already been found guilty for his part in the murder.
Read more on:    anni hindocha  |  shrien dewani  |  cape town  |  honeymoon hijacking

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