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Dewani gave 1000 rand to taxi driver because he 'felt sorry for him'

The Guardian's Africa Correspondent David Smith, The Times journalist Ruth Maclean and The Daily Telegraph's South Africa Correspondent Aislinn Laing have tweeted:

Dewani: Last thing I said to Anni was to be quiet

The Times journalist Ruth Maclean, The Daily Telegraph's South Africa Correspondent Aislinn Laing and ITV News Africa Correspondent Rohit Kachroo have tweeted:

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Dewani 'wipes away tears' as his version of hijacking heard

The Times journalist Ruth Maclean, The Daily Telegraph's South Africa Correspondent Aislinn Laing and The Guardian's Africa Correspondent David Smith have tweeted:

Dewani gave £5,000 to taxi driver 'for surprise helicopter trip'

The Guardian's Africa Correspondent David Smith and The Daily Telegraph's South Africa Correspondent Aislinn Laing have tweeted:

Dewani statement: Taxi driver was 'friendly and chatty'

The Daily Telegraph's South Africa Correspondent Aislinn Laing has tweeted about the moment Shrien Dewani met taxi driver Zola Tongo - who previously pleaded guilty to the murder of Anni Dewani.

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Anni told Shrien 'she couldn't go through with wedding'

ITV News Africa Correspondent Rohit Kachroo and The Guardian's Africa Correspondent David Smith have tweeted:

Shrien Dewani 'considers himself to be bisexual'

ITV News Africa Correspondent Rohit Kachroo, who is in the courtroom where Shrien Dewani's murder trial is underway, has tweeted:

Dewani pleads not guilty to all charges against him

Shrien Dewani has pleaded not guilty to all the charges against him.

ITV News Africa Correspondent Rohit Kachroo has tweeted:

The British businessman has been charged with murder, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, kidnapping, defeating the ends of justice and robbery with aggravating circumstances.

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