Extradition papers reach Cypriot court

Extradition papers for Lolly Jackson murder accused, George Louka, have arrived in Cyprus

The court in Cyprus where George Louka will appear

CYPRUS - Extradition papers for Lolly Jackson murder accused George Louka have arrived in Cyprus.

Louka was arrested in Cyprus in March after being on the run for two years.

South African authorities want him to be tried here for Jackson's 2010 murder.

The prosecution is expected to request that Louka remain in custody.

They will take a short break after which the judge will hear the case against Louka.

At the last hearing, extradition papers travelling via the South African Embassy in Athens had not yet arrived.