Hindocha family press briefing ahead of Shrien Dewani trial

This evening 702 and CapeTalk hosted a press briefing by the family of murdered bride, Anni Dewani.

Anni Dewani’s father Vinod Hindocha tearfully read a prepared statement hoping for this to be the final part of a difficult journey to find the truth.

He expressed confidence that the South African legal system would be able to see justice served.

His brother, Ashok Hindocha answered questions on his behalf.

The full press briefing audio and video is available below.

Following the press briefing John Webb hosted a special trial preview show with guests including

  • Nathi Mncube, Spokesperson National Prosecuting Authority
  • Advocate Johann Engelbrecht SC, Former Acting Judge and Advocate with the Pretoria Bar
  • Willem De Klerk, Media Lawyer
  • Donald Mzwandile, Co-Owner Liziwe’s Guest House Gugulethu

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