Court due to hear update on Shrien Dewani's condition
A court in London is due to hear a report today on the condition of Bristol businessman Shrien Dewani, who is accused of arranging the murder of his wife Anni as they honeymooned in Cape Town in 2010.
Dewani is currently undergoing medical treatment after being sectioned and deemed a suicide risk.
A judge at Westminster Magistrates' Court is due to hear from a psychiatrist this morning instructed by South African authorities to give an update on Dewani's condition.
Earlier this year Dewani claimed that he needed 12 months to recover from depression and post-traumatic stress disorder before being able to deal with the extradition process.
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Mrs Dewani was killed in Gugulethu in November 2010 in an apparent carjacking.
Her husband was thrown out of the vehicle and Mrs Dewani’s body was found later.
Two men have admitted their role in Mrs Dewani’s murder and claimed her husband orchestrated the killing.
Mziwamadoda Qwabe was jailed for 25 years and taxi driver Zola Tongo for 18 years, saying Dewani offered 15,000 rand (about £1,200) to arrange the killing and make it look like a carjacking.
Dewani, a care home owner from Bristol, denies the claims and is fighting extradition.