JOHANNESBURG - Insurance killer and former police officer Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu has been found guilty on all six counts of murder on Friday.
The court found Ndlovu orchestrated the killing of her boyfriend Maurice Mabasa, and five of her relatives to claim insurance payouts.
Judge Ramarumo Monama says the state has proven its case beyond a reasonable doubt.
She's also been convicted on four counts of fraud and for defeating the ends of justice.
However, Monama says he's not convinced about the conspiracy charge.
The matter has been adjourned until 5 November.
BREAKING #RosemaryNdlovu found guilty on 4 counts of fraud and 2 counts of defeating the ends of justice. Guilty of attempted murder (her mother) and guilty of 6 counts of incitement (against the life of her sister and 5 children)#eNCA pic.twitter.com/9Zl9T12G3N— Sli Masikane (@Sli_Masikane) October 22, 2021