Honeymooner's family urges husband to co-operate
The family of the woman who was killed on honeymoon in South Africa with her British husband has urged him to co-operate with the authorities.
Shrien Dewani appeared in court in London on Wednesday after he was arrested on suspicion of plotting her murder. He has not been charged, and denies the accusation.
He was remanded in custody after the South African authorities appealed against a decision to grant him bail. His lawyers are preparing to challenge that ruling.
Mrs Dewani's uncle, Ashok Hindocha, who is in Cape Town, told the BBC he was confident the case could be tried fairly in South Africa.
09 Dec 2010