Unholy war over R150m inheritance

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Pearl Tafu and the late Glayton Modise. Photo: Gallo Images / Sowetan / Veli Nhlapo
Pearl Tafu and the late Glayton Modise. Photo: Gallo Images / Sowetan / Veli Nhlapo

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Pearl Tafu, the late man of the cloth’s second wife, had filed a court application two years ago stating in her affidavit that, while she was getting nothing from Modise’s estate, his first wife, Mirriam, and her children – cited in the documents as Julia, Tshepiso, Jenette and Lucia – were pocketing about R11 million each in assets, including money and luxury cars.

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