Anni's father's arm ripped off in accident

2015-03-11 12:45

Vinod Hindocha, whose daughter, Anni, was murdered in Cape Town in 2010, is recovering in a Swedish hospital after surgeons spent 13 hours reattaching his right arm which was ripped off in an accident.

Mogoeng defends Masipa, Traverso rulings

2015-02-09 21:24

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has defended decisions made by two judges in recent high-profile trials,a report says.

Dewani faces questioning under oath in UK inquest

2015-02-02 08:46

A British coroner is considering resuming an inquest into the murder of Anni Hindocha in 2010, meaning that her husband, Shrien Dewani, could face public questioning under oath, according to reports.

Dewani's UK home vandalised

2014-12-11 16:57

Vandals in the UK have welcomed Shrien Dewani home by tossing white paint across the entrance of his home, according to reports.

Dewani back in UK after honeymoon murder acquittal

2014-12-10 10:13

British businessman Shrien Dewani has arrived back home after being cleared by a South African court of murdering his bride during their honeymoon.


In today's news headlines: Judge Masipa will today rule on the state’s application to appeal Oscar PIstorius sentence, Shrien Dewani has returned to the UK and Ebola doctors in Sierra Leone go on strike. Watch.

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Shrien Dewani leaves SA

2014-12-09 13:37

Shrien Dewani has left South Africa after the Western Cape High Court dropped the murder charge against him.

ANCYL criticises Dewani ruling

2014-12-09 12:58

The ANC Youth League in Tshwane has said it is dejected by the high court ruling that saw British businessperson Shrien Dewani walk free.

Minister wants lack of guilty verdicts probed

2014-12-09 05:15

Justice Minister Michael Masutha has requested a full report from the NPA, detailing the investigation and prosecution of the Shrien Dewani case and the lack of guilty verdicts in other prominent murders.

NPA respects Dewani ruling

2014-12-08 16:57

The National Prosecuting Authority says it respects the decision to acquit British businessman Shrien Dewani on charges of killing his wife Anni Hindocha.


Dewani inquest postponed

2015-02-22 14:11

A London meeting, which would have been held to determine if an inquest into the death of Anni Dewani would be re-opened, has been postponed, a report says.

Dewani accused Anni of ‘acting like a tramp’ - Vinod Hindocha

2015-02-05 10:47

Anni Hindocha’s father has revealed further evidence of his daughter’s unhappiness in her relationship with Shrien Dewani, who was found not guilty of murdering her.

Complaint lodged against Judge Traverso

2015-01-22 20:18

A formal complaint has been lodged against Western Cape High Court deputy Judge President Jeanette Traverso, the Higher Education Transformation Network says.

Anni’s mom: Shrien is a coward

2014-12-11 11:46

Shrien Dewani is a coward who didn’t have the guts to face his late wife’s family in court, says Anni Hindocha’s mother.


Shrien Dewani left South Africa yesterday after the Western Cape High Court dropped the murder charge against him and the body of Pierre Korkie has been returned home after he was killed by al-Qaeda militants in Yemen. Today's newspapers focused on these stories. Watch.

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Growing perception that justice system serves the rich - ANC

2014-12-10 05:10

The ANC say it has become increasingly concerned that there is a developing perception that the justice system serves the rich.

SA failed Anni - UK media

2014-12-09 12:59

Cleared of his wife's murder, Shrien Dewani is set to fly home as a free man to the UK, but how have the British reacted? News24 finds out.


Western Cape High Court Judge Jeannette Traverso said the State had not adequately made its case against acquitted British millionaire businessman Shrien Dewani of murdering his bride on their honeymoon.

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Dewani ruling worrying - youth movement

2014-12-08 20:51

The decision to let British businessman Shrien Dewani walk free is worrying for female victims of violence, the National Freedom Party Youth Movement says.


Western Cape High Court Deputy Judge President Jeanette Traverso, despite facing a petition calling for her recusal, ruled Shrien Dewani's case would be dismissed. Watch to find out which factors Traverso considered in her dismissal.

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