Shrien Dewani is a rich Bristol businessperson, who was charged in the murder case of his wife, Anni Dewani, in November 2010, who was murdered on their honeymoon to South Africa when the taxi they hired was hijacked by two gunmen on 13 November 2010.Shrien Dewani hails from a respected and reputed family that has global links and connections. His father, Prakash Dewani, was a resident of Kenya before settling down in the United Kindom. Prakash Dewani was a hard-working pharmacist with a great knowledge of commerce. He started the branches of home care facilities named PSP Healthcare in Bristol. His mother belonged to Uganda.During his school and college days at Bristol Grammer School and Manchester University, Shrien was a very famous, talented, and sociable student. Soon after completing his graduation in Economics from Manchester University, Shrien Dewani worked with Deloitte company in London; however, soon, he left the job and returned to Bristol to help his father in their family business named PSP Healthcare..On 20 May 2009, Shrien Dewani met Anni through mutual friends in London. Reportedly, Shrien admitted to his friends that he got attracted to Anni at the first sight and that he loved her bubbly personality. Soon, they visited several places together like Starbucks, the musical the Lion King, and the Asia de Cuba restaurant. Anni was working in Sweden as a product designer. Therefore, they maintained a long-distance relationship. The mutual friends of Anni and Shrien Dewani once revealed that the couple was often indulged in heated arguments. Anni ended up the relationship in January 2010, but she soon patched it up with the intention to make it work.In May 2010, their family members met in Bristol, and their engagement was announced in the same month. Their engagement was celebrated in Paris. However, the problems and tensions were flourishing behind the scenes. It was also stated by Dewani that he had abnormal hormonal levels that affected his ability to have children, but the pair wanted the children, so, he was also agreed to undergo the treatment even knowing the side effects of the procedure. However, the sexuality of Shrien Dewani remained unclear at that time as in the Bristol bars it was an open secret that he had gay relationships and was also linked to the Birmingham male prostitutes who worked under a German Master named Leopold Leisser. The Guardian The picture of a German man called Leopold Leisser During his trials in the Western Capetown court, Shrien stated, I have had sexual interaction with both males and females. I consider myself to be bi-sexual. My sexual relations with males were mostly physical experiences or email chats with people I met online or in clubs, including prostitutes such as Leopold Leisser. My sexual interactions with females were usually during the course of a relationship which consisted of other activities and emotional attachment. Henri Le Riche.Shrien Dewani and Anni were planning their future after their engagement. They decided on London as their weekend place and Bristol Mansion as their home. However, in September 2010, Anni Hindocha decided to call off their wedding, but the mutual friends of Anni and Shrien patched it up again. On 29 October 2010, a lavish wedding was arranged in Mumbai with no complaints from either of the families. After the wedding, the Dewani family moved to Bristol for a brief time to celebrate the Diwali festival with the new bride at their home as Dewanis were devotional Hindus.At their home in Bristol, they decided to go to South Africa for their honeymoon as Shrien Dewani liked the coincidence that the initials of their names were SA. On 7 November 2010, their destination was the Cape Town International Airport in South Africa. They rented the taxi of Zola Tongo to Cape Grace Hotel, South Africa. The pair visited the places such as BBQ restaurant (Mzolis) at Gugulethu and a surfside restaurant Strand in Western Capetown till 13 November 2010. On the same day, after having their meals at Strand, they moved back to Gugulethu in the same taxi. On their way to Gugulethu, their taxi was hijacked by two gunmen on the main road. The robbers threw the taxi driver out of the car and took the couple with them. In the taxi, the gunmen looted all the precious things from Shrien Dewani and ejected him out of the car after twenty minutes. Shrien complained to the police with the help of a passerby.The day after the hijack and robbery, on 14 November 2010, the body of Anni was recovered by the Western Captown police in the back seat of the same taxi in which she was kidnapped. The abandoned taxi in which Anni Dewanis body was found All the precious things from Annis body such as Giorgio Armani wristwatch, a white-gold and diamond bracelet, her handbag, and her BlackBerry mobile telephone were missing that gave the clue to the police that it was a case of robbery. Anni died of a gunshot to the neck that was passed by her hand as stated in the post-mortem. The post-mortem report revealed that Anni struggled for life before being murdered. The report also revealed that she was not sexually assaulted. On 17 November 2010, the body of Anni was handed over to her family members, and the ashes of her body were scattered in the Vnern lake.On 16 November 2021, Xolile Mngeni was arrested by the Western Capetown police on the basis of handprints found on the taxi. Xolile Mngeni named the other gunmen Mziwamadoda Qwabe to be involved in the hijack and robbery. In their statements, it was confessed by Xolile Mngeni that Anni was shot by Mziwamadoda Qwabe during a fight between the two for the handbag of Anni. On 18 November 2010, Monde Mbolombo was also arrested by the police who arranged the two gunmen at the request of the taxi driver Zola Tongo. A proof CCTV footage was also recovered by the police that narrated that in November 2010, Monde Mbolombo was having a deal with Zola Tongo. A CCTV footage of Monde Mbolombo while talking to taxi driver Zola Tongo in November 2010.During the police interrogation, Mziwamadoda Qwabe confessed that they hijacked the taxi with the intention of robbery. But, after five hours of interrogation, he changed his statement and admitted that the murder was planned by the husband, Shrien Dewani. The taxi driver Zola Tongo also confessed that Shrien Dewani had paid them 1,400 to plot the hijack and robbery to kill his wife. Mirror.