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Rosemary Ndlovu became sick after facing some tough questions and the court will resume on Friday

Rosemary Ndlovu was faced with some tough questions on yet another day of her murder trial up to the point were she claimed to be in seriously pain and she asked some time to take some medicine. She was complaining about a chest pain. She was not answering some of the questions herself. Some of the questioned questions were answered by his lawyer through the interpreter which seemed very strange. She was not comfortable answering those questions while she is the one who is in trial.

Rosemary Ndlovu who is a former police officer in on trial for the alleged murder of 5 family members and his boyfriend. She said that she was adviced to take a policy for his boyfriend Maurice Mabasa, as he was someone who she lived and they shared many responsibilities within their home, and such person is considered a spouse. Hence she took the policy for him as a spouse.

She was giving testimony at the High Court in Palm Ridge. It is estimated that she made an insurance claim of upto R1.4 million. This is really a small change for killing 6 people. The money will be finished in just few years but the guilt will stay forever.

The behaviour of Rosemary Ndlovu since the start of her trial has shocked many people. For someone who is accused of killing six people, she really can not behave the way she has been doing. It is believed that she might want the court think that she is mentally unstable. At some pint she even told the judge that she is innocent but she was told that it was not for her to decide, but the decision of the court.

Some people don't believe that she is even sick. It is just an act that she has been playing a along. The court adjourned for the day after she was not feeling well and it will resume again on Friday.

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