An emotional day as Anni Hindocha Dewani is remembered
13 November was an emotional day for Anni’s family and their pain was palpable at a commemoration ceremony.
CAPE TOWN - The honeymoon murder trial resumes this morning, after Anni Hindocha Dewani's family marked the fourth anniversary of her murder through prayer and reflection.
Anni was killed in an alleged staged hijacking during her honeymoon in Cape Town in 2010.
Her husband, Shrien Dewani, is accused of orchestrating her murder.
Dewani has denied playing any role in her death and has pleaded not guilty to four charges including one of murder.
13 November was an emotional day for Anni's family and their pain was palpable at a commemoration ceremony.
Her father, Vinod Hindocha, cried as fresh flowers were laid at the spot where her body was found in Khayelitsha.
A group of local women sang on the mournful occasion to show their support.
Khayelitsha resident Thabo Boya says he vividly recalls the day Anni's body was discovered.
"It's touching and you don't have to know the person to feel the sadness."
The state has called 15 witnesses to the stand, and might only have a few more before closing its case.
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