LONDON: Britain has decided to extradite Indian origin businessman Shrien Dewani to South Africa within the next four weeks to stand trial for murder of his Indian wife while on their honeymoon to Cape Town. Shrien (33) lost his final legal battle ... Times of India, 1 week ago
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JOHANNESBURG The Department of Justice says if Shrien Dewani doesn't appeal his extradition to South Africa to European legislators in the next few days, he could be back in the country to stand trial for the murder of his wife Anni. Dewani has ...Eye Witness News, 1 week ago SA hopes to extradite Dewani before 2015 Eye Witness News, 1 week ago SA hopeful of Dewani extradition IAfrica.com, 1 week ago Justice department welcomes Dewani ruling Times Live South Africa, 1 month ago
04 Mar 2014 Sapa JOHANNESBURG — The high court in Britain yesterday dismissed murder accused Shrien Dewani's appeal against his extradition to South Africa, the Justice Department said. The English high court has dismissed Shrien ...The Witness, 1 week ago Dewani loses latest extradition appeal Eye Witness News, 1 week ago British court dismisses Dewani extradition appeal Mail & Guardian Online, 1 week ago Dewani loses latest bid against extradition ITV.com, 1 week ago
28 Feb 2014 Sapa JOHANNESBURG — Lawyers for murder accused Shrien Dewani will seek to stop his extradition to South Africa in the high court in Britain on Monday, the South African Justice Department said yesterday. Spokesperson Mthunzi ...The Witness, 1 week ago Dewani to fight extradition Cape Times, 2 weeks ago Dewani's lawyers to fight his extradition ENCA, 2 weeks ago Shrien Dewani to fight extradition City Press, 2 weeks ago
Anni Dewani's family has called for a review of the British extradition system after it emerged that Shrien Dewani, the man accused of orchestrating her murder, is taking his extradition fight to the highest court in the UK. Last month, the ...IAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago Anni's family slams UK extradition system Eye Witness News, 2 weeks ago
The South African government on Friday agreed to a British high court proposal on honeymoon murder accused Shrien Dewani's extradition. Two weeks ago, a panel of judges in London ruled it would not be unjust to send Dewani back to South Africa to ...IAfrica.com, 3 weeks ago Dept agrees to Dewani provisions Eye Witness News, 3 weeks ago
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) says it has until 21 February to prove it will abide by conditions set by the High Court in London for murder accused, Shrien Dewani's extradition. On Friday, Dewani lost his court bid against extradition to ...SABC, 1 month ago NPA welcomes extradition judgement IAfrica.com, 1 month ago
Cape Town - Hailing the news that honeymoon murder suspect Shrien Dewani could be put on a plane back to South Africa within as little as three weeks after losing his latest UK battle against extradition, the family of victim Anni Dewani say they ...South Africa Post, 1 month ago
Custom byline text: Cathy Gordon and John Aston A panel of three judges headed by Lord Chief Justice Lord Thomas said Mr Dewani could be extradited if the South African government gave a crucial promise. Lord Thomas said extradition ...Herald Scotland, 1 month ago
A court in Britain overruled an Indian-origin businessman's plea against extradition to South Africa to stand trial for his wife's murder during their honeymoon trip, media reported. The man argued that he is mentally unfit to stand trial. A panel ...ProKerala.com, 1 month ago
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