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Shrien Dewani was cleared of the murder of his wife Anni
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Anni Dewani's father speaks

Cape Town - The father of honeymoon murder victim Anni Dewani has finally spoken out about the acquittal of her husband Shrien Dewani, charging the decision was a shame for the South African judicial system. The South African judicial system ... IOL, 5 days ago
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Dewani's in-laws and Steenkamp families unite in grief: report

"I'm delighted that Reeva's parents have said they will support us and am very grateful for that," Anni's father, Vinod Hindocha, told The Star newspaper. "Mr Steenkamp and I talked about Reeva and Anni and I gave him my sympathy too. Only he and I ...
 Times Live South Africa1 month ago Slain Reeva and Anni: parents unite for justice  Security.co.za1 month ago SAPA - COURT-DEWANI-PREVIEW  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago SAPA - URGENT-COURT-4TH-LD-DEWANI  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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Irish Independent

We will never find closure: Anni Dewanis family

The family of murdered bride, Anni Dewani, says they will never find closure to move on with their lives. Annie's sister, Ami Denborg, has spoken about her family's feelings after the murder case against her sister's husband, British businessman ...
 SABC1 month ago Family dismay as Dewani cleared  Irish Independent1 month ago Shrien Dewani: Anni family express anger over 'unanswered questions' and look to UK courts  International Business Times UK1 month ago Anni Dewani's family: We will be haunted for the rest of our lives  Irish Mirror1 month ago
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Murdered Anni's Family Want To Sue Dewani In UK

12:59 am Shattered Kin Seek To Know Truth Behind The Killing Cape Town : The family of a Indo-Swedish bride murdered in 2010 while on her honeymoon here said that they are planning to sue her British-Indian millionaire husband Shrien Dewani in the ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago Dead bride‚Äôs kin mull suing Shrien Dewani  Asian Age1 month ago Murdered bride's family planning to sue Dewani Dewani leaves S Africa after honeymoon murder acquittal  Kuwait Times1 month ago Murdered bride's family mulls suing Dewani  Yahoo! News South Africa1 month ago
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ITV.com

Anni Dewanis family may institute legal action against Shrien

The family of Anni Dewani is to investigate whether a lawsuit against British businessman Shrien Dewani can be put forward in the United Kingdom. Dewani flew out of Cape Town on Tuesday, after the murder case against him was thrown of court on ...
 SABC1 month ago Anni's family will decide whether to launch civil action against Shrien Dewani  ITV.com1 month ago Family of murdered Anni Dewani considering civil action against Shrien following acquittal  Irish Independent1 month ago Anni's family ponder dewani action  Capital Bay1 month ago
Mid Day

Anni Dewani case: Freed of murder charge, British-Indian businessman to return home

London: An Indian-origin businessman from Britain, Shrien Dewani is preparing to leave South Africa after a judge cleared him of arranging the murder of his wife on their honeymoon, media reported Tuesday. Dewani, 33, was accused of ordering the ...
 Mid Day1 month ago Dewani returning to the UK  Citizen.co.za1 month ago Freed of Murder Charge, Shrien Dewani to Return to Britain  NDTV1 month ago Freed of murder charge, British-Indian businessman to return home  Prokerala1 month ago
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IOL

Youth Movement says Dewani acquittal worrisome for female victims of violence

Dewani of murdering his wife Anni is worrisome for female victims of violence. The movement's secretary general Maria Busi Tshabalala said that it seemed like criminals had more powers as compared to civilians, reported News24. Tshabalala said that ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Dewani ruling: Criminals have more rights than citizens  All4Women1 month ago NFP Youth laments Dewani ruling  IOL1 month ago Shrien Dewani ruling worrying NFPYM  Citizen.co.za1 month ago
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Hindustan Times

Why Has The Dewani Case Collapsed?

It took the South African authorities four years to get the Anni Dewani case to trial, only for a judge to throw it out after two months. ShrienDewani has always denied any involvement in the murder of his wife in Cape Town in 2010. Judge ...
 Sky News1 month ago Shrien Dewani case Lavish wedding to murder trial  Hindustan Times1 month ago
IOL

Shrien Dewani leaves SA

Dewani was accused of plotting the murder of his wife Anni Hindocha four years ago. Hindocha was killed in a hijacking in Gugulethu on 13 November 2010. Hindocha's sister Ami Denborg said the matter will haunt her family for the rest of their ...
 News241 month ago Hindochas mull lawsuit against Dewani  IOL1 month ago Dewani: the pain continues  Daily News South Africa1 month ago
ENCA

Justice Ministry to study Anni Dewani petition

Pretoria - The Department of Justice and Correctional Services says it will study and respond to the petition from a group calling itself "Justice for Anni" from London. In the petition, the group is seeking Minister Michael Masutha's ...
 SAnews.gov.za1 month ago Dewani judge won't be recused  ENCA1 month ago No action over Dewani petition  IOL1 month ago Justice minister will not take action over Dewani judge petition  Citizen.co.za1 month ago
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