Husband 'will be accused of colluding in death of bride in South Africa'By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 11:08 PM on 6th December 2010
The British husband of the bride hijacked and killed on their South African honeymoon will today be accused of colluding in the attack.
The dramatic claim will come from the taxi driver suspected of betraying Shrien Dewani and his Swedish wife Anni, 28, on their luxury holiday in Cape Town.
Zola Tongo, 31, is said to have agreed to a plea bargain to ‘reveal all’ in exchange for a lesser sentence.
Plea bargain: The Dewanis' taxi driver, Zola Tongo, has said that he will reveal a new suspect in the murder case
millionaire businessman from Westbury on Trym, near Bristol, was involved.
But the claims have always been ‘off the record’ with no evidence presented.
The Dewanis, who had been married for two weeks, were hijacked on November 13 on the way back to their five-star hotel in central Cape Town.
Setback: Businessman Shrien Dewani's lawyer has announced that he is resigning as his representative. Mr Dewani's wife Anni was shot dead in South Africa on November 14
Mr Dewani was thrown out and his wife’s body was found later. She had been shot in the neck.
Two men and Tongo were arrested and charged with murder. Yesterday a legal source said Mr Dewani would be named during a court hearing in Cape Town as ‘the fourth suspect’.
His spokesman, Max Clifford, has repeatedly insisted that he is nothing other than a victim.
Mrs Dewani and her father, Vinod Hindocha, who flew to England to deal with a matter 'so delicate' that he may miss his daughter's memorial service in Mariestad, the Swedish town where she was born
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COMMENT: The Daily Mail have lost all respect since their biased reporting on the McCann case( they have chosen not to print the truth) so my advice take this 'information' with a large grain of salt until we hear the facts . The Daily Mail also not known for their credible 'sources'