John: this is not evidence. In fact it is not even a submission made in court! It is a quote from a journalist and is actually quite a good example of how badly this case was reported and how biased and sensationalised the media coverage was. The term "black market money changer" was never mentioned in court - not even by the prosecution. You can verify this by referencing the prosecution's response to the S174 dismissal application - http://www.scribd.com/doc/248147307/Final-Heads-of-Argument
You are confusing facts with evidence and this is not a Court. We are entitled to consider any anomaly or ommission in the search for the truth. Prosecutor Mr Mopp raised the question of Dewani's failure to relate certain events to both his brother and his in-laws when he ommitted to tell them about the illegal money exchange when accompanied by Tongo.
Dewani lied about his private meetings with Tongo, denying that the two men had spoken again after the driver had dropped them off at the hotel during their Cape Town leg of their honeymoon. CCTV footage revealed that Dewani spent more than ten minutes chatting to Tongo after he and his bride of two weeks had checked in – something he omitted to tell his family, even when he was specifically asked. The state's argument quoted from a meeting that was secretly recorded by a cousin of the dead engineer who had become suspicious of Dewani's behaviour in the aftermath of his wife's death. The recording is evidence before the court
and prosecutors quoted Dewani blatantly misleading his own brother, Preyen.
PREYEN: So this guy, you haven't spoken to him [Tongo] again that night [after being dropped off on Friday 12 November]
SHRIEN: No uh, uh, Zola we'd uh, he left us, when he dropped us at six and that was it. Yeah!'
He also omitted to tell the meeting - which had been called to smooth tensions over between the families of Dewani and his dead bride - that he had seen Tongo on the following afternoon, when the driver took him to a black market money changer – allegedly to get the cash to pay for the 'hit' on his wife.
Instead, Dewani claimed that he had not seen Tongo until he picked the newlyweds up to take them out later that evening for their last fateful dinner - which, if true, would not have given the men sufficiently opportunity to plot a murder.
Such 'falsehoods' could not be explained away, since the court had yet to hear any reason for Dewani's varying explanations, prosecuting authorities claimed.www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2848459/EXCLUSIVE-Tell-truth-Shrien-want-hear-words-Anni-Dewani-s-family-begs-husband-stand-bids-murder-charge-thrown-out.html