Alleged killer cop, Rosemary Nomia Ndlovu is expected to appear in the South Gauteng High Court on Thursday, 14 October.
Nomia Ndlovu is facing six counts of murder, several counts of attempted murder and fraud. The former Tembisa police officer was arrested on 7 March 2018, after an undercover officer recorded her telling hitmen how to kill her suster (Joyce) and her five children.
The state is alleging that Ndlovu murdered her sister Audrey Somisa, her nephew Brilliant Mashego, her niece Zanele Motha, her nephew Mayeni Mashaba, her cousin Witness Madaka Homu and her boyfriend Yingwani Maurice Mabasa.
Ndlovu has pleaded not guilty to all 20 charges. She received 28 insurance payouts that total R1.4 million from her relatives’ death claims.
Mabasa’s body was found with more than 80 stab wounds near Olifantsfontein cop shop, Ekurhuleni, in October 2015. She received R416 357 from his policy payout and contributed R40 000 towards his funeral. She also received R115 000 from American Embassy, where he worked.
Motha was found attacked and left for dead in Kempton Park and was discharged on 14 June 2014 to Ndlovu’s care. She got more than R130 000 from the three policies against her.
Her mother was among those whose lives were only spare because she was arrested, she had allegedly hired a hitman for R2 600 to kill her mother in February 2018.
Nomia Ndlovu is kept at Kgosi Mampuru jail.
Sources: MSN, Daily Sun
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