A pre-trial for the two is set down for April 13 in the Western Cape High Court.
Dewani’s appeal against an extradition order had held this up because it was not clear when he would return to SA.
However, three days ago UK authorities announced that, after taking Dewani’s appeal into account, they had decided to halt extradition proceedings against him on mental grounds.
It was not clear how this would affect court proceedings against Qwabe and Mngeni. The Star could not reach either of their attorneys yesterday.
“Not today. Goodbye,” was all she said.
In one, UK publication the Daily Star published an article saying a senior parliamentary figure had made a statement to police saying Dewani had had sex with him at a gay fetish club.