Tonight Shrien Dewani is expected to fly to South Africa where he will appear in court - accused of arranging his wife Anni's murder.
Honeymoon murder suspect Shrien Dewani should be extradited to South Africa, a court hearing has ruled.
A man accused of being hired by Shrien Dewani to kill his bride on their honeymoon has been jailed for 25 years after admitting murder.
Shrien Dewani, the husband of honeymoon murder victim Anni Dewani, has boarded a private plane to Cape Town, eCNA News journalist Leigh-Anne Jansen reported:
Honeymoon murder suspect Shrien Dewani will arrive in South Africa today after he was extradited from the UK.
The millionaire businessman, who is expected to appear in a Cape Town court this morning, is accused of ordering the murder of his new wife Anni.
She died after being shot in the neck as the couple travelled in a taxi on the outskirts of Cape Town in November 2010.
Dewani has been involved in a protracted legal battle against extradition on the grounds that he has mental health problems.
However, Scotland Yard confirmed last night that the businessman was flown from Bristol to South Africa accompanied by officers from the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) Extradition Unit.
Shrien Prakash Dewani has been been extradited from the UK to South Africa, the Met Police have confirmed. The 34-year-old was taken from Fromeside Hospital in Bristol to Bristol Airport accompanied by officers from the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) Extradition Unit.
Officers were met at the airport by representatives from the South African authorities who have escorted him on the flight to South Africa.
Dewani was originally arrested by officers from the Extradition Unit on December, 7, 2010 under a provisional arrest warrant issued earlier on the same evening, at the request of the South African authorities, on suspicion of conspiring to murder Anni Dewani.
The uncle and brother of Anni Dewani - Anish and Ashok Hindocha - have spoken to ITV News about the three years following Anni's death.
They said they hoped to get answers soon about Anni's death after she was murdered on her honeymoon in South Africa.
Relatives of honeymoon murder victim Anni Dewani have said they "need justice" as her widower looks set to be extradited to South Africa to face trial over her death.
Today, Mrs Dewani's uncle, Ashok Hindocha, said: "From today and onwards this case will be about Anni. Until now it hasn't been about what really happened to her.
"The justice system is the way it is. Obviously we were extremely surprised that it took such a long time.
"There is one nation, one powerful nation called the United Kingdom, that has a treaty with South Africa. That treaty was challenged, so we are happy that it went through. Unfortunately it took a long time."
Relatives of Anni Dewani have been talking at a news conference ahead of Shrien Dewani's expected extradition to South Africa.
ITV News reporter Sejal Karia is there:
"I would say I'm happy...I'm delighted this (trial) is one step forward" Anish, Anni's brother. #Dewani
It's been "torture" - the last 3 and a half years. "We want answers" - Ashok Hindocha #Dewani
The brother of a bride who was murdered on her honeymoon has described the three years since her murder as "a nightmare" and told Daybreak they had been unable to start the grieving process.
Anish Hindocha said he was unable to sleep at night and his "only focus" was "getting justice" for his sister Anni, who was 28 when she was killed while on holiday in South Africa.
Shrien Dewani, Anni's newlywed husband, will reportedly be flown to South Africa today to face trial. He stands accused of ordering the killing.
Honeymoon murder suspect Shrien Dewani is reportedly set to be flown out of the UK this evening.
The 34-year-old is accused of ordering the murder of his 28-year-old wife Anni in November 2010, who was shot as the couple travelled in a taxi through the Gugulethu township while they were on honeymoon.
He will reportedly fly from London Heathrow Airport tonight and arrive in Cape Town the following morning, where he will be taken straight to a court hearing.
The care home owner is expected to appear at Western Cape High Court in Cape Town for a brief hearing tomorrow morning. His mental health will then be assessed by a doctor.
Dewani's lawyers had argued that he should not be forced from the UK until he had recovered from mental health problems but judges at the High Court rejected his case.
Honeymoon murder suspect Shrien Dewani is due to be flown out of the UK this week at the end of his long-fought legal battle against extradition.
The 34-year-old will reportedly fly from London Heathrow Airport tomorrow night, arriving in Cape Town the following morning.
He is then set to be taken straight to a court hearing at Western Cape High Court, and his mental health will then be assessed by a doctor.
It is expected that he will be treated at the Valkenberg hospital while awaiting trial, with reports from South African suggesting that security at the facility, where a number of notorious criminals are held, has been heightened in anticipation of his arrival.
The millionaire businessman is accused of ordering the killing of his new wife during their South African honeymoon in November 2010.
Dewani, from Bristol, who denies any involvement in his wife's murder.