Durban - Seven years after her brutal murder while on honeymoon in South Africa, Anni Dewani’s still grieving family returned on Monday to the spot where her ashes were scattered, to pray.
“We bought Anni’s favourite flowers - white roses - and went to the beach to say a prayer. It’s what we do every year,” her father Vinod Hindocha, 67, told POST from his home in Mariestad, Sweden.
Hindocha still holds out hope for one thing - that he and his family get justice for her murder.
Dewani’s husband, British businessman Shrien Dewani, was initially charged for murder after she was shot during an apparent hijacking in Gugulethu, Cape Town, in 2010.
However, he was acquitted on December 8, 2014, and left South Africa the following day.