The British businessman accused of organising the murder of his wife on their honeymoon in South Africa is set to face trial in October.
Shrien Dewani was today declared fit to stand trial after a panel of three psychiatrists and a clinical psychologist assessed his mental health and concluded that he was not mentally ill.
Dewani, from Bristol, is accused of paying three men to kill Anni Dewani during the couple's honeymoon, which he denies.
Dewani was extradited from the UK to face trial charged with conspiracy to commit kidnapping, robbery with aggravating circumstances, murder, kidnapping, and defeating the ends of justice.
He previously appeared at Western Cape High Court on June 20 after receiving treatment at Valkenberg Hospital in Cape Town since April. He had been detained for observation ahead of today's court appearance.
Before his extradition, Dewani was detained in a hospital in Britain for depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Ashok Hindocha tell ITV News his family needs "closure" and will discuss future plans with lawyers in the coming weeks.
Shrien DewanI fought hard to clear his name in a trial muddied by the contradictory testimonies of murderers. He will now return to the UK.
Anni Dewani's brother and sister have told ITV News they felt anger and desperation in equal measure over today's ruling in South Africa.