“Let him come back and allow our courts to determine the case,” Cele told the news website referring to suspect Shrien Dewani.
“We are confident that we handled the case professionally and we are confident that Dewani will be extradited.”
Anni Dewani, 28, was shot and killed in mid-November during a reported hijacking in a township outside Cape Town.One man who confessed to involvement in the killing has turned state’s witness and implicated the Briton in plotting to kill her.
Zola Tongo, the driver of the car in which the young bride was travelling before her death, says he was paid R1 000 for his role in the murder. He was sentenced to 18 years in jail.
Dewani, who returned to Britain with his wife’s body days after the killing, was later arrested in Bristol, south of London. He is currently out on bail and has denied any involvement in the crime.
The businessman’s publicist Max Clifford has suggested that Dewani would fight extradition to South Africa, fearing unfair treatment by the justice system.Meanwhile, a German male escort this week revealed that he went to Scotland Yard claiming that he had sexual relations with the British businessman.
The escort says he had “kinky sex” with Dewani before he married Anni.British tabloid The Sun showed a picture of the man, who calls himself “The German Master”.
In the photo, the German is wearing black leather, with a leather cap covering most of his face and is puffing a large cigar.