London - Shrien Dewani is expected to be publicly questioned for the first time when a British inquest into his wife Anni’s murder resumes next month.
The 35-year-old British businessman, 35, was cleared of Anni’s murder in the Western Cape High Court last year, but to the dismay of her family did not have to testify in court.
Her father Vinod Hindocha is hopeful that coroner Andrew Walker will now call the businessman as a witness.
“There are so many unanswered questions that need to be put to [Dewani],” Hindocha told The Mail on Sunday. “This will be our last chance to find out what really happened. It’s our last shot at justice.”
Walker is due to decide on the scope of the inquest at a hearing on September 9.