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Murder Cop, Nomia Ndlovu appears in court today, case postponed till 1st November



Nomia Ndlovu, a former police officer detained for killing her relatives repeatedly in order to collect insurance money court case has been postponed.

According to sources gathered, Nomia committed a series of murders of her relatives about six of them in order to collect insurance money, she was found guilty and was sentenced to multiple life terms. Nomia is currently involved in two additional court proceedings.

She was arrested on suspicion of plotting the killing of Sergeant Keshi Mabunda, a police officer, and Colonel Nthipe Boloka, a station commander at the Tembisa Police Station where she was a policeman.

She devised a plan to murder Mabunda from behind bars after being apprehended in 2018, according to evidence presented in court.

The second case concerns her suspected participation in the scheme to assassinate Justice Mudau, the husband of a former colleague.

Ndlovu made a brief appearance in court this morning, and the judge then rescheduled her next hearing for November 1st.


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