Shrien Dewani is expected to return home to the UK after a South African judge cleared him of arranging the murder of his wife on their honeymoon.
The 34-year-old businessman, who has been in Cape Town since April, has yet to comment publicly on the case since extradition proceedings began, three weeks after Anni Dewani died.
Judge Jeanette Traverso dismissed the case against him yesterday, after evidence from prosecution witnesses was described as being "riddled with contradictions".
The ruling ended a four-year wait for Dewani and his family to clear his name - a battle which has included lengthy spells in mental health units, lurid allegations about his private life and fighting extradition from the UK to face justice.
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.