SAFRICA-BRITAIN-SWEDEN-CRIME-DEWANI-TRIAL : Nieuwsfoto's

SAFRICA-BRITAIN-SWEDEN-CRIME-DEWANI-TRIAL

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Xolile Mngeni, the man convicted of firing the bullet that killed Swedish tourist, Anni Dewani, in a simulated hijacking in Khayelitsha in 2011 is helped out of his seat in the High Court of Cape Town on December 5, 2012 for the final sentencing. Mngeni has been sentenced to life imprisonment on the charges of murder, robbery and illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition in the Cape High Court after being cleared as fit to stand trial despite his brain tumour. Dewani's husband, Shrien is fighting against being extradited from the UK to South Africa, allegedly for masterminding his wife's murder on November 13, 2011 in a poor township on the outskirts of Cape Town. AFP PHOTO / RODGER BOSCH (Photo credit should read RODGER BOSCH/AFP/Getty Images)
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Xolile Mngeni, the man convicted of firing the bullet that killed Swedish tourist, Anni Dewani, in a simulated hijacking in Khayelitsha in 2011 is helped out of his seat in the High Court of Cape Town on December 5, 2012 for the final sentencing. Mngeni has been sentenced to life imprisonment on the charges of murder, robbery and illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition in the Cape High Court after being cleared as fit to stand trial despite his brain tumour. Dewani's husband, Shrien is fighting against being extradited from the UK to South Africa, allegedly for masterminding his wife's murder on November 13, 2011 in a poor township on the outskirts of Cape Town. AFP PHOTO / RODGER BOSCH (Photo credit should read RODGER BOSCH/AFP/Getty Images)
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Xolile Mngeni the man convicted of firing the bullet that killed... Nieuwsfoto's 157631212Anni Dewani,Criminaliteit,Crisis,Dood,Horizontaal,Imitatie,Kaapstad,Kapen,Khayelitsha,Mannen,Rechtszaal,Toerist,Veroordeling,Volwassen,Wet,Xolile Mngeni,Zuid-Afrika,ZweedsPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPXolile Mngeni, the man convicted of firing the bullet that killed Swedish tourist, Anni Dewani, in a simulated hijacking in Khayelitsha in 2011 is helped out of his seat in the High Court of Cape Town on December 5, 2012 for the final sentencing. Mngeni has been sentenced to life imprisonment on the charges of murder, robbery and illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition in the Cape High Court after being cleared as fit to stand trial despite his brain tumour. Dewani's husband, Shrien is fighting against being extradited from the UK to South Africa, allegedly for masterminding his wife's murder on November 13, 2011 in a poor township on the outskirts of Cape Town. AFP PHOTO / RODGER BOSCH (Photo credit should read RODGER BOSCH/AFP/Getty Images)