Nomia Ndlovu appeared briefly in Johannesburg High Court on Tuesday as she face charges related to alleged murder of 5 relatives and her lover so she could cash in on several insurance companies for their deaths.
The case against murder accused Nomia Ndlovu has been postponed to Monday . This follows this week's Monday proceedings being adjourned when Ndlovu said she was feeling dizzy and unwell.
She arrived in court on Tuesday with her hands cuffed behind her back after complaining on Monday that the leg irons she had on were too tight which resulted in court order for it to be loosened. When asked about her niece's death, the multi murder accused told the court that if she really wanted her niece Zanele Motha dead, she wouldn't have rushed her to hospital in the middle of the night.
Motha died in 2016 after she had been released into Ndlovu's care from the Tembisa Hospital and questions have been raised around the injuries that caused Motha's death as they did not match the account of medical staff who initially treated her. She also said she made the decision to take Motha to a different hospital on the night she died because she wanted her to access better care not because she wanted her dead.
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