Louka 'disappointed' by extradition order

Murder accused George Louka has two weeks to appeal against his extradition to South Africa.

The entrance to Limassol District Court. Picture: Sarah Fenwick.

JOHANNESBURG - George Louka's lawyer said his client was disappointed by Friday's ruling ordering his extradition back to South Africa.

He is accused of murdering Teazers boss Lolly Jackson at a house in Kempton Park on Gauteng's East Rand back in May 2010.

Louka fled South Africa shortly after the murder and was arrested by Cypriot officials in March.

Friday's decision was handed down in the Limissol District Court.

He has two weeks appeal the ruling and will have another opportunity if his high court bid fails.

Lawyer Sofronis Sofroniou said his client was with his family.

Louka is also wanted on charges of fraud, theft and possession of stolen property.

In May 2010, police received a call from Louka allegedly confessing to Jackson's murder.

He then gave police the location of the murder scene.