Taxi driver Zola Tongo has served half of his 18-year prison sentence for his part in the murder of Anni.
Correctional Services spokesperson Singabakho Nxumalo confirmed this week that there were no new developments in the case, adding that Tongo remained behind bars.
He could not comment any further as to when a decision would be made as to whether Tongo would or would not be granted release on parole, reports The Post.
Anni was shot and killed on November 13, 2010, during an apparent hijacking in Gugulethu, while on honeymoon with her husband Shrien Dewani.
Dewani, who left the country shortly after Anni’s death, was suspected of masterminding the murder and returned to South Africa to stand trial.
However, he was acquitted on December 8, 2014.
Tonga’s co-accused Xolile Mngeni and Mziwamadoda Qwabe both received life sentences.
Mngeni died of a brain tumour in 2014.
The court heard that Dewani had been frequently using the services of male prostitutes before the 2010 ceremony. His bride - in the days after their lavish wedding - expressed misgivings about their union in text messages to her new husband.
In May, this year Anni’s father Vinod Hindocha travelled to Cape Town and visited Tongo in jail to find out more about his daughter’s death, but said he got nothing new.
He also attended the parole hearing saying it was held “on neutral grounds”.