The man accused of firing the gun that killed Anni Dewani is fit enough to stand trial despite suffering a malignant brain tumour.
A Cape Town judge ruled the trial could proceed even though Xolile Mngeni struggles to concentrate. Mngeni arrived in court today with the help of a Zimmer frame.
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