Louca extradited to SA

George Louca is accused of killing strip club boss Lolly Jackson in 2010.

A copy of George Louca's South African ID book. It is understood he went by a number of other names. Picture: Supplied.

JOHANNESBURG - The man who allegedly murdered strip club boss Lolly Jackson has been successfully extradited to South Africa this morning to stand trial.

George Louca is accused of killing Jackson in 2010 at a house in Edleen in Kempton Park.

Louca allegedly confessed to the crime to former Gauteng Crime Intelligence head Joey Mabasa on the night of the killing before fleeing the country.

Hawks spokesman Paul Ramaloko says Interpol officials escorted Louca to South Africa where he arrived in the early hours of this morning.

It's been reported he voluntarily returned to South Africa but the Hawks could not confirm this.

It's unclear where Louca is currently being held but the Hawks say they are dealing with the matter.

Louca has been fighting extradition to South Africa from Cyprus for over three years.

Last year, he was granted an interdict by the Supreme Court of Cyprus, halting his extradition to South Africa on the basis that he could be killed if forced to come back.