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EWN Exclusive: My pain for Anni - Dewani's dad speaks
Anni Dewani's father speaks to EWN about listening to details of his daughter's murder.
Mzimawadoda Qwabe gave evidence against Mngeni. He claimed Shrien paid R15,000 to have his wife killed. Hindocha will leave Cape Town on Monday and plans to attend Shrien's extradition hearing in London next month.
Vinod Hindocha has tried to remain strong as he seeks answers as to what happened to his daughter Anni Dewani when she was killed while on honeymoon in Cape Town in November 2010.
But during proceedings in the Western Cape High Court earlier this week Hindocha, who flew to South Africa from Sweden, walked out in tears after listening to some of the witness testimony led by the State.
In an exclusive interview with Eyewitness News, Hindocha said it was "very hard sitting there and just listening to how she really died."
Xolile Mngeni is on trial for his part in Dewani's murder. It is alleged he shot and killed the new bride after her husband Shrien plotted her murder.
Mngeni has pleaded not guilty to all the charges against him.
Mzimawadoda Qwabe gave evidence against Mngeni. He claimed Shrien paid R15,000 to have his wife killed.Qwabe also implicated Mngeni, claiming he fired the shots which killed Anni.
Hindocha will leave Cape Town on Monday and plans to attend Shrien's extradition hearing in London next month.
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