Bristol businessman Shrien Dewani's wait to see if extradition appeal is succesful
Bristol businessman Shrien Dewani will find out on Friday if he has won his High Court appeal against an order that he can be extradited to South Africa to face allegations that he organised the murder of his newlywed bride on their honeymoon.
Mr Dewani, 32, is accused of arranging the contract killing of his wife Anni, 28, in a township in Cape Town in November 2010.
The care home owner has always strenuously denied having anything to do with the murder.
The couple's taxi driver, Zola Tongo, was jailed for 18 years for the killing as part of a plea bargain in which he accused Mr Dewani of organising the "hit".
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Home Secretary Theresa May signed an order for his extradition after District Judge Howard Riddle ruled at London's Belmarsh Magistrates' Court in August that he should be sent to South Africa to stand trial.
But at a High Court hearing in December Mr Dewani's representatives argued that his health and life would be at risk if he were to be extradited.
• A Panorama report 'The Honeymoon Murder' investigating the case against Shrien Dewani will be screened tomorrow on BBC1 at 9pm.