Former police officer and convicted killer Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu is expected back in court on the morning of Wednesday, 20 April facing charges of plotting to murder two police officers
Ndlovu will be appearing before the Kempton Park Magistrate’s Court facing charges of plotting the murder of Colonel Nthipe Boloka and Seargeant Benneth Mabunda.
Mabunda was the investigating officer in her case while Boloka was the station commander of the police station where Ndlovu worked.
In 2021, Ndlovu was handed six life sentences by the Palm Ridge High Court after being convicted of attempted murder, murder, fraud and defeating the ends of justice charges.
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.
Ndlovu was arrested in 2018 following 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 one of which was an undercover officer known as Mr Dlamini. In a secretly recorded video, Ndlovu is seen and heard telling Mr Dlamini how to kill her sister Joyce. She further told Mr Dlamini to not leave behind any witnesses so that she would be able to cash in on insurance policies.
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