Monday, May 20, 2013

Nelson Mandela's daughters to sue dad for millions...

Nelson Mandela’s daughters Makaziwe and Zenani Mandela are suing their father for the rights of his artworks and control of his millions.

They intend to fight an April 2004 Johannesburg High Court order which gave Mandela the right to instruct his then lawyer, Ismail Ayob, to stop managing his financial, personal and legal affairs.

The sisters are now being represented by Ayob.

This was revealed in the Johannesburg High Court last week by Mandela’s lawyer, Bally Chuene, in his answering affidavit to a lawsuit filed against him by Makaziwe and Zenani.

“Makaziwe and Zenani have sought leave to file answering affidavits in the interdict application (Mandela’s 2004 application) on the basis that they are the sole authorised representatives of Harmonieux, Magnifique and Tinancier Investments and Holdings (Pty) Ltd (also wholly owned by the Mandela Trust),” Chuene said in papers filed on Wednesday. Full story...

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