The High Court has temporarily halted British businessman Shrien Dewani's extradition to South Africa on mental health grounds.
Shrien Dewani, accused of arranging the murder of his wife on their honeymoon, is due to find out whether he is due to be extradited later.
CCTV footage which allegedly shows Shrien Dewani paying a taxi driver for organising his wife's death is to be shown on television tonight.
Ami Denborg reacts to a High Court decision to halt the extradition of Shrien Dewani - the man accused of arranging the killing of her sister.
Anni Dewani family reaction "it would be oppressive to send him back if his health is not good."
Anni Dewani family "..but we are glad the court has rejected his appeal on the grounds of human rights."
Dewani family "there has been a lot of delays and it's very painful for us. We just want Shrien to get better so he can go to SA"
#dewani judgement- High Court says the District Judge was wrong not to adjourn the Shrien Dewani appeal hearing.
The hearing will be resumed on that "narrow and limited condition".
The Dewani family are grateful that the High Court has upheld the appeal and blocked any attempt to extradite Shrien to South Africa now.
Shrien is innocent and is determined to return to South Africa to clear his name and seek justice for his wife Anni
The High Court has confirmed that extradition now would be “unjust and oppressive”. Shrien can only return to South Africa when he is well enough and when his personal safety can be guaranteed.
The matter is still before the Courts and so it would be inappropriate to comment further.
High Court judge Sir John Thomas said: “Balancing his unfitness to plead, the risk of a deterioration in the appellant's [Shrien Dewani] condition, the increased prospects of a speedier recovery if he remains here...it would be unjust and oppressive to order his extradition."
High Court temporarily halts Shrien Dewani’s extradition to South Africa on mental health grounds