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Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu appears in Kempton Park Magistrate court over plot to murder two police officers

Former police officer and convicted killer Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu is expected back in court on the morning of Wednesday, 20 April. Ndlovu will be facing charges of plotting to murder two police officers. (Read More Here).


Ndlovu reportedly killed six members of her family in order to benefit from insurance claims. The value of the claims was more than R1.4 million. She was found guilty of the murders of:

1.Witness Madala Homu in March 2012, cashing in R131 000 from insurance policies,  
2. Sister Audrey Ndlovu was killed in 2013, cashing in R717 000,  
3. Boyfriend Morris Mabasa murder, cashing in R416 000,  
4. Niece Zanele Motha who died in June 2016, cashing in R120 000 from the insurance,
5. Mayeni Mashaba who died in 2017 and;
Mashego who was murdered in January 2018

Ndlovu was arrested in 2018. This followed a sting operation which led to her being caught on camera detailing what she wanted hitmen to do when they killed her sister and five children.

Ndlovu allegedly made numerous calls to two hitmen.

Pre-sentencing proceedings in the case of convicted killer Nomia Ndlovu are expected to begin in the Johannesburg High Court sitting in Palm Ridge on Friday.

Ndlovu, a former police officer, was found guilty of orchestrating the murders of five relatives and her former lover as well defrauding insurance companies of nearly R1.4 million between 2012 and 2018.

While delivering his verdict last month, Judge Ramarumo Monama said that the State had proven its case beyond reasonable doubt, rejecting Ndlovu’s version that she had nothing to do with the murders and just happened to be nearby when the killings happened.

Ndlovu said that she has welcomed the decision of the court and had made peace with it.

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