Rosemary Ndlovu, the insurance murderer, was convicted guilty of six charges of murder, attempted murder, perverting the course of justice, and fraud. Ndlovu, a former police officer, was accused of assassinating six of her family and profiting from R1.4 million in insurance claims. Judge Ramarumo Monama of the Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court found Ndlovu guilty in the High Court sitting at the Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court.
Madala Homu, 2, Audrey Ndlovu, 3, Maurice Mabasa, Zanele Motha, 10, Mayeni Mashaba, and Brilliant Mashego were all found guilty by Monama. A suspected hitman had videotaped Ndlovu preparing to kill her sister, her children, and her elderly mother in order to profit from insurance fraud once more.
A fire at her residence was to murder her sister and her children. She was also convicted guilty of attempted murder for plotting to kill her mother, according to the court. During the trial, her mother testified in Ndlovu's defense.
Judge Monama ruled that the state had established its case beyond a reasonable doubt, and that Ndlovu's defense was neither rational or potentially true.
In a long ruling, he compared Ndlovu to a lady who poisoned her kid for the purpose of filing an insurance claim in the 1930s. On November 5, the State and Ndlovu's attorneys will return to court to submit mitigation arguments.
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