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  1. Shrien Dewani arrived in a black Hyundai van along with a convoy of several vehicles - not one of the white police vans usually used to transport suspects. Picture: Cindy Waxa/Cape Argus
  2. Members of the SAPS await the arrival of British businessman Shrien Dewani outside the Western Cape High Court in Cape Town on Tuesday. Picture: Mike Hutchings/Reuters
  3. Solicitor Prakash Patel, left, Asok Hindocha, centre, the uncle of Anni Dewani and Anish Hindocha, the brother of Anni Dewani speak at a press conference in central London on Monday night. Picture: John Stillwell/AP
  4. A member of the SAPS walks down a flight of stairs while waiting for the arrival of British businessman Shrien Dewani in the Western Cape High Court in Cape Town. Picture: Mike Hutchings/Reuters
  5. Members of the SAPS stand guard as a convoy carrying British businessman Shrien Dewani arrives at the Western Cape High Court on Tuesday. Picture: Mike Hutchings/Reuters
  6. The crowd outside the Western Cape High Court where Shrien Dewani made his first appearance. Picture: Fatima Schroeder/IOL
  7. Honeymoon murder accused Shrien Dewani. Photographs of Dewani during his first court appearance in SA were prohibited. File picture: Matt Dunham/AP
  8. British businessman Shrien Dewani arrived at Cape Town International Airport in a chartered plane procured by the Department of Justice. Picture: Henk Kruger/Cape Argus
  9. The State and defence reached an agreement that Dewani be "transferred in custody" to a single cell at Valkenberg Psychiatric Hospital for further medical treatment. Picture: Cindy Waxa/Cape Argus
  10. A member of the ANC Women's League holds up a picture of Anni Dewani during a protest before the arrival of British businessman Shrien Dewani outside the Western Cape High Court. Picture: Mike Hutchings/Reuters
 

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