Lonely Christmas looms after court’s ‘split’ decision on siblings

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Lonely Christmas looms after court’s ‘split’ decision on siblings

Two sisters and a brother at the centre of a custody row will be separated for the first time

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Three siblings at the centre of a bitter custody battle between their divorced parents will spend Christmas apart after the Cape Town High Court permitted their eldest brother to emigrate to Alaska with their father.

The youngest children, both girls, will spend the festive season with their mother in Cape Town.

Judges Owen Rogers, Kate Savage and Lister Nuku instructed the estranged parents to ensure the siblings do not spend Christmas separately in future...

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