Ex-cop accused of plotting family murders maintains innocence


Former police sergeant Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu is accused of arranging the murders of her family members for insurance payouts. Ndlovu is disputing the two alleged hitmen's version of events. Courtesy #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - The former police officer accused of murdering six family members to cash out insurance policies insists she's innocent.

Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu has also denied plotting the deaths of her sister and five nieces and nephews.

She's been testifying at her murder trial in the high court sitting in Palm Ridge.

Ndlovu is disputing the two alleged hitmen's version of events.

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Njabulo Kunene and Lakhiwe Mkhize say Ndlovu took them to Bushbuckrigdge to show them her sister's house.

Ndlovu allegedly wanted the two men to set the house alight and burn her sister Joyce and her five children alive.

Mkhize and Kunene say she gave the orders but Ndlovu denies this, saying she doesn't know why the two men would give false testimony.

The state is expected to cross-examine her on Wednesday.


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