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In September questions were raised in ...
In September questions were raised in the media over the nature of Krejcir's relationship with Mark Andrews, a former Jackson associate who was murdered and found at the side of the R59 highway in the Vaal area.
He had a gunshot wound to the back of his head and his hands were tied.
Rodberg and Hollander contend that they ...
Rodberg and Hollander contend that they lost millions when Wade walked away from their arrangement, a move sparked by Wade and longtime associate Marcus Andrews not getting a significantly higher ownership stake than first agreed upon.
The body of Mark Andrews, a ...
The body of Mark Andrews, a long-time associate of Jackson, was found dumped next to a stretch of road in Brackendowns, near Alberton.
Andrews was suspected to have been involved in the kidnapping and murder of Jackson's lawyer, Ian Jordaan, who disappeared last Tuesday.
In 2009, Jackson and Andrews
went to court after Jackson was shut out of the running of what was then Teazers in Cresta.
At the time Jackson claimed Andrews
had stabbed him in the back and was hijacking a business they had run as partners since 2006.
refuted the claim and said the business belonged to him.
One of the central issues in ...
One of the central issues in the case deals with why Wade and longtime associate Marcus Andrews originally accepted a deal where they would accept a 12 percent stake in the planned chain of D. Wade's Place sports-themed restaurants, then increased their request to 30 percent shortly after the paperwork was signed.
Bales wanted to know why Wade and Andrews asked for a substantially higher interest in the venture, something Wade said happened only after another former partner in the failed deal, Richard von Houtman, allegedly did not "do what he said he would do as a partner."
Wade originally was to be paid $1 million as well as receive 10 percent ownership in the venture, with Andrews
getting a 2 percent stake.
"The conversations with Mark
, it was just mutually agreed upon that Richard wasn't doing his job," Wade said.
Von Houtman brought in Rodberg, who had experience in developing restaurants, and the two of them inked the D. Wade's Place deal with Wade and Andrews
on Aug. 6, 2007.