Rosemary Nomia Ndlovu, a convicted murderer, had a short appearance in the Kempton Park Magistrates court on May 25. Her presence was scheduled for five minutes.
Ndlovu is being investigated for two different homicides.
In the first case, she is accused of plotting the assassination of two law enforcement officials who were looking into the string of slayings she was responsible for.
In order to provide the accused with the opportunity to review the docket, the issues were postponed until Tuesday.
Nomsa did not show up for her court date, and it was later discovered that she had fled the jurisdiction.
There is a warrant out for her arrest at this time.
On April 20th, Ndlovu made her first public appearance.
Rosemary testified before the judge that she had no idea why she was being hauled before the court.
She is accused of hatching a conspiracy to murder two members of the police force, identified as Sergeant Benneth Mabunda and Colonel Nthipe Boloka.
Mabunda was the officer who was in charge of the investigation into her case, and Boloka was the commander of the Tembisa Police Station, which is where Rosemary worked.
The scheme was conceived not long after she was taken into custody in March of 2018.
Attempts were made on Rosemary when she was still employed as a law enforcement officer at the Thembisa police station.
She was given six life sentences for the deaths of six relatives who she had slain for insurance payments, and she is presently serving one of those terms at the Kgosi Mampuru II Correctional Centre. Her sentence is for the rest of her natural life.
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