Honeymoon murder accused Shrien Dewani has been found fit to stand trial in a move his wife's sister hailed as "a huge step in the right direction".
A mental health panel in South Africa unanimously decided that the 34-year-old businessman is not mentally ill and should be tried in October for Anni Dewani's murder in Cape Town.
Her sister Ami Denborg said:
It's a relief for all of us. We've been waiting quite a long time for this. I know this autumn is going to be tough for us but we still want the trial to start so that we can get the information we need, we can get to know what really happened.
It feels like we're moving forward. It's still a long way to go but at least we're taking steps in the right direction, and this feels like a huge step in the right direction.
Dewani, whose family attended court, is expected to appear again on September 9 for a pre-trial hearing, before his trial starts on October 6.
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.