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Louca charged with Lolly Jackson’s murder

George Louca is due to appear in the Kempton Park Magistrate's Court on Monday for the 2010 murder of Teazers boss Lolly Jackson.

Teazers boss claims Lolly had two wills

The owner of the Durban Teazers strip club, Shaun Russouw, claims Teazers boss, Lolly Jackson had two wills, and left him property in one of them.

Lolly Jackson’s suspected killer caught in Cyprus

George Luca, the man accused of killing strip club owner Lolly Jackson, has been arrested in Cyprus after being on the run since 2010.

Tug-of-war for Teazers brand

Demi Jackson, the wife of slain Teazers' boss Lolly Jackson, and a Durban manager are fighting in court over the Teazers brand.

Lolly lawyer’s murder rattles Jo’burg underworld

Speculation has gone into overdrive over the murder of attorney Iaan Jordaan on Tuesday, after sources said they were convinced it was a hit.

Alleged killer claims Lolly Jackson’s death an accident

The man accused of killing strip-club owner Lolly Jackson, called the businessman's death an "accident", media reported on Monday.

Lolly’s death lifts lid on Jozi crime empire

Is it a coincidence that, after two high-profile murders, the individuals involved phoned police commissioners to tell them about it?

King of ‘good, clean fun’

"If you write anything bad about me, I'll kill you," said Lolly Jackson, pointing at me as he placed Teazers water bottles in front of us on his desk.

Preparations under way for Jackson’s funeral

Preparations were under way for Teazers boss Lolly Jackson's funeral -- scheduled for Monday -- club spokesperson Sean Newman said on Wednesday.

Strip-club owner dies in hail of bullets

The motive behind the killing of controversial strip-club owner Lolly Jackson was not yet known, Gauteng police said on Tuesday morning.

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