Convicted Cop Rosemary Ndlovu Back in Court for Allegedly Plotting 3 More Murders, Social Media Reacts

Convicted Cop Rosemary Ndlovu Back in Court for Allegedly Plotting 3 More Murders, Social Media Reacts

  • Convicted murderer Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu appeared in the Kempton Park Magistrate's Court on Wednesday
  • She is accused of planning the murders of her former boss, her investigating officer and her friend and co-accused's ex-husband
  • After claiming she did not have enough time to apply for legal representation, the case was postponed

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JOHANNESBURG - Former police Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu appeared in the Kempton Park Magistrate's Court on Wednesday for allegedly planning three more murders. She has already been convicted for the murders of her six relatives, whom she had killed for insurance purposes, and is servicing six life sentences.

In one case, she allegedly hired a hitman to murder her former boss and investigating officer, while in the second, she planned to kill the ex-husband of her police officer friend, Nomsa Mudau, who is also a co-accused in the case.

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Rosemary Ndlovu, back in court, plotted three murders, behind bars, serial killer
Convicted murderer Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu is back in court for plotting more murders. Image: Emmanuel Croset/Getty
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News24 reported that during the trial, Ndlovu appeared confused when she was questioned about the crimes and claimed she did not have enough time to apply for legal representation. She faces two counts of attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder. Meanwhile, Mudau, who is heavily pregnant, was released on a warning.

Her ex-husband, Justice Mudau, said he lived in constant fear that Mudau would try to kill him. The couple eventually separated and now, Justice raises their children alone. In an interview with TimesLIVE, Justice said his then-wife would have benefited R3 million to R5 million from this death. The case has been postponed to Wednesday 25 May.

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Social media finds the lighter side of the case

@Muzi_Ts commented:

“I always sleep with one eye open next to my wife. I don't even eat the food she makes.”

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@Mangie51572015 said:

“Can we forgive this lady please, we are all not perfect? She's also a mother.”

@Chris_Mayimele posted:

“I wish Rosemary Ndlovu can start dating all the top management at Eskom. Who's with me?”

@DIVINE227036013 wrote:

“Slay queen is slaying for days.”

@Nkuleh_G added:

“Netflix needs to do a documentary on Rosemary Ndlovu. Stuff like this is definitely made for TV. I refuse to believe that this is the real life. Wow!”

@ChrisExcel102 stated:

“Rosemary Ndlovu’s glow is proof enough that life is more comfortable in prison than outside.”

Police officer who was threatened by Nomia Ndlovu while in jail speaks out: "She had hired people to kill me"

Briefly News also reported Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu, an ex-Tembisa Police Station police officer, is said to have tried to claim insurance payouts even after she was arrested for orchestrating the murders of several of her loved ones.

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Ndlovu was sentenced two weeks ago by the Palm Ridge High Court and was handed down six life sentences for killing family members and a lover.

The ex-cop was also sentenced for insurance fraud and the attempted murder of her mother and instigating the murders of her sister and five young children and was given a 10-year sentence for each count, according to a report by News24.

Source: Briefly News

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