April 2014 - 1st Edition
EXTRADITED: Shrien Dewani faces trial in South Africa
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Town's outskirts. Three men have been convicted already and are serving jail terms. Prosecutors allege Dewani ordered the killing of his wife, who was a Swedish national. The extradition of Dewani, 34, from Bristol, brings to an end a three-year battle to bring him to court after her death in November 2010. Dewani's lawyers argued he should not be forced from the UK to face trial until he had recovered from mental health problems, including depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Anni Dewani's uncle Ashok Hindocha told a news conference he was relieved his family would ESCORTED: Dewani was put on a flight from Bristol Airport bound for Cape Town now have an opportunity to get justice. to face trial on the murder of his new bride Anni He said: “(I am) relieved. Hopefully this case from now In a statement the country’s By Anush Ansari onwards will be about Anni. justice department said: “Shrien email@example.com “Until now, it hasn't really Dewani has landed at Cape Town been about her. You cannot really International Airport and was blame anyone. It's the justice received by members of the SA A British man suspected of system and the way it is. Police Service. arranging the murder of his new “Obviously, we were extremely “He arrived in the company of wife on honeymoon has been surprised that it took so long.” a medical doctor, nurse and remanded in custody after Her brother Anish Hindocha members of Saps (South African arriving in South Africa to face added: “It's been very difficult. Police Service) and Interpol.” trial on Tuesday 8th April. There is no life in our family any At a seven-minute court Shrien Dewani was more, we struggle. accompanied by officers from the hearing, he was remanded in Hitman Xolile Mngeni is custody for treatment at Metropolitan Police Service serving a life sentence for Anni (MPS) Extradition Unit from the Valkenberg hospital until 12th Dewani's murder May. Fromeside Hospital to Bristol, “With the help of the South Dewani is accused of being where he was handed over to behind a plot to kill his new bride African people, with the help of representatives from the South Anni, 28, who was shot dead after the British people, we are at least African authorities. They trying to cope. being kidnapped during a taxi escorted him on the flight to “We need justice for Anni. ride through a township on Cape Cape Town.
That's the only thing in our minds, and we will hopefully get it soon.” Dewani is due to appear in court later where he will be formally charged. It is understood if he is found fit to do so, Dewani could stand trial in September. The three men who have already been convicted and jailed over Mrs Dewani's death include taxi driver Zola Tongo, who was given 18 years after admitting his role in the killing. Xolile Mngeni, who prosecutors claim was the hitman, and another accomplice, Mziwamadoda Qwabe, who pleaded guilty to murder and received a 25-year prison sentence.
MUREDRED: Anni Dewani was found shot dead in an abandoned taxi in Cape Town's Gugulethu township in November 2010 whilst on her honeymoon with Shrien
New tests for takeaway ‘lamb’ Do you really know what is in your food? Well new tests which are soon to be introduced by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) will certainly give you a clearer picture of what you are eating. The FSA announced earlier this week that it will begin a new round of tests on lamb takeaway meals from restaurants across the UK after the consumer watchdog found evidence of cheaper substitutes such as beef and chicken. The FSA said local authorities were being asked to test 300 samples from restaurants providing takeaway meals and report their findings to the agency with the sampling set to start at the beginning of May.
The agency said mislabelling of food could result in fines of up to £5,000 and that businesses that are found to deliberately mislabel food could face prosecution. An FSA review of local authority sampling data from July to December 2013 found that 43 out of 145 samples of lamb takeaway meals contained meat other than lamb. Other meat species identified included chicken and turkey yet no samples were found to contain horse meat, it said. Last year a scandal broke around Europe when traces of horse were found in frozen burgers sold in Irish and British supermarkets.
Published on Apr 23, 2014