Cape Town 140408- Theescorted  police vehicle with Shrien Dewani arrives at Cape High court. Picture Cindy waxa.Reporter Argus
Cape Town 140408- Theescorted police vehicle with Shrien Dewani arrives at Cape High court. Picture Cindy waxa.Reporter Argus
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
The crowd outside the Western Cape High Court where Shrien Dewani made his first appearance. Picture: Fatima Schroeder/IOL
The crowd outside the Western Cape High Court where Shrien Dewani made his first appearance. Picture: Fatima Schroeder/IOL
Honeymoon murder accused Shrien Dewani. Photographs of Dewani during his first court appearance in SA were prohibited. File picture: Matt Dunham/AP
Honeymoon murder accused Shrien Dewani. Photographs of Dewani during his first court appearance in SA were prohibited. File picture: Matt Dunham/AP
140408. CAPE TOWN.  British businessman Shrien Dewani, who is accused of arranging for his bride to be murdered during their 2010 honeymoon in Cape Town, arrived in South Africa on Tuesday to face trial after losing a three-year battle against extradition. Picture Henk Kruger/Cape Argus
140408. CAPE TOWN. British businessman Shrien Dewani, who is accused of arranging for his bride to be murdered during their 2010 honeymoon in Cape Town, arrived in South Africa on Tuesday to face trial after losing a three-year battle against extradition. Picture Henk Kruger/Cape Argus
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
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
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
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

Honeymoon murder accused Shrien Dewani made his first appearance in a SA court on Tuesday morning to face charges that he orchestrated the murder of his wife Anni in November 2010.

Members of the media were ordered to remove all camera equipment from the court room at the Western Cape High Court because photographs of Dewani during his first appearance were prohibited.