Newspaper reports in the UK have suggested that Shrien Dewani, who was acquitted in December by a Cape High Court judge of murdering his wife Anni Hindocha while on honeymoon in South Africa in 2010, might still have questions to answer in court. A North London coroner will apparently meet with Anni’s family this week with a view to reopening the case.
Just when millionaire Bristol businessman, Shrien Dewani, thought he could escape media attention and public scrutiny, it appears as if North London coroner, Andrew Walker, is set to reopen an inquest into Anni’s death and that Dewani might be called to testify.
The inquest docket was first opened in 2010 after Anni’s funeral on 18 November. A spokeswoman for Walker told the BBC that a date had not yet been set. However, Walker had emailed “individuals” – including Dewani – involved in the case, alerting them to the fact that he is ready to resume the inquest.
Judge Jeanette Traverso freed Dewani shortly before Christmas, dismissing the murder charge as the state, she said, had not been able to prove its case.
Reports are that Anni Hindocha’s father, Vinod, as well as her uncle, Ashok …
Source : Daily Maverick