Dr Raghavjee was also murdered in a carjacking near his home in King William's Town, 650 miles from Cape Town. Police at the time ruled out robbery as a motive because neither his car nor valuables were taken.It is obviously a coincidence that the MO appears to be the same. The widow of Dr Raghavjee, Heather, flew to Cape Town to comfort Mr Dewani after the terrible murder of his wife. Oddly enough, Mr Dewani said that he had never met Heather before in his life, but according to his publicist Max Clifford, Heather had made the journey to Cape Town only at the request of her daughter-in-law, Alvita Raghavjee, who lives in the Bristol area and knows the Dewani family.
So now it all makes sense. Two murders took place, linked perhaps by a similar modus operandi. Not unusually, and also, the two murders are linked because the families know each other. The widow of the first victim ( the interestingly named Dr Pox Raghavjee) felt compelled to fly out to Cape Town to comfort Mr Dewani. It was an extraordinary act of compassion.
In another act of kindness, Mr Dewani, who has been accused of paying off the conspiritors by the police authorities, has been filmed on CCTV "in full high definition colour" handing the Taxi driver (now in jail for the murder) a package of some kind, two days after the murder of his wife. I expect, as Max Clifford asserts, in the heat of the moment, Mr Dewani had not paid the cabbie his fare and remembered to do so later. That'll be it.
Best not to read to much into this because it is all becoming very confusing - an innocent man who has fallen victim to a series of massive coincidences. Best to let the proper procedures be gone through. People like me don't have the wit to understand these things.