JOHANNESBURG - Multi-murder charged Nomia Ndlovu has told the Johannesburg High Court that on the off chance that she truly needed her niece Zanele Motha dead, she wouldn't have surged her to clinic in the evening.
The questioning of the previous cop is relied upon to forge ahead Tuesday morning.
Motha passed on in 2016 after she had been delivered into Ndlovu's consideration from the Tembisa Hospital and questions have been raised around the wounds that caused Motha's demise as they didn't coordinate with the record of clinical staff who at first treated her.
Ndlovu was inquired as to why she didn't contribute any of the cash left from the protection pay out after Motha's demise to her niece's three little youngsters.
She said it was on the grounds that she didn't coexist with their dad.
Ndlovu is said to have stashed an enormous segment of a R100,000 protection pay out in the wake of contributing R60,000 towards Motha's burial service.
She additionally said she settled on the choice to take Motha to an alternate emergency clinic on the night she passed on the grounds that she needed her to get to all the more likely consideration not on the grounds that she needed her dead.
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