Rosemary Ndlovu; A Killer Cop Faces Fresh Charges

Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu, a former Tembisa police officer, will go before a judge again in April, just months after she was convicted of organizing a number of murders involving some of her family members, in a case that had us all glued to the television!

Ndlovu received R1.4 million from six life insurance plans she had purchased. Her boyfriend (Yingwani Maurice Mabasa), sister (Aubrey Somisa Ndlovu), cousin (Witness Madala Homu), niece (Zanele Motha), and two nephews are among the family members (Brilliant Mashego and Mayeni Mashaba).

Rosemary Ndlovu was sentenced to six life sentences in November 2021 by the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg, sitting in the Palm Ridge Magistrate’s Court. However, Ndlovu is now facing further accusations for allegedly plotting the murder of two police officers, Sgt Benneth Mabunda and Col Nthipe Boloka, according to reports.

Boloka was the station commander at the police station where Ndlovu worked, and Mabunda was the officer in charge of the investigation into her murder. While she was in prison awaiting trial, she is accused of ordering a hit on them. Ndlovu is accused of blaming them for her detention and will appear in the Kempton Park Magistrate’s Court on April 20 to face two counts of murder conspiracy.

The cases were filed in Tembisa, but will be heard in Kempton Park for safety reasons, according to News24.

Judge Monama, who had a falling out with Rosemary Ndlovu throughout the trial, came down hard on the defendant at sentence last year — and didn’t hold back when explaining his decision:

“In the 89 years of its current existence, this country has never seen a circumstance like yours.” When I tried to explain court procedures to Ndlovu, she was haughty. “I completely reject the defendant’s account of events, and the state’s case against Rosemary Ndlovu has been proven beyond a reasonable doubt,” he added.

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