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Rosemary Ndlovu reportedly sentenced to 6 life terms in prison

Rosemary Ndlovu has received six life terms at the High Court sitting at Palm Ridge in southern Johannesburg for the six murders she committed--allegedly to benefit from life assurance cash. She was earlier found guilty of murdering her six relatives. The state had asked for life sentences. Family members of Ndlovu's victims, who took the stand in her sentencing proceedings, feel Ndlovu showed no remorse.


South Africans seem to be happy that Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu will be spending a long time in prison. 


The convicted killer cop was given a sentence of over 70 years for all her crimes.Convicted murderer Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu has been sentenced to six life terms for murdering her partner and five family members to get insurance money. Judge Monama told her to voetsek and gave her 5 additional years for defeating the ends of justice and another 10 years on each of the four counts of fraud she comitted. She needs 7 lives to be able to come out of prison. She was convicted of murdering her boyfriend, Maurice Mabasa, her cousin Madala Homu, her two nephews, Brilliant Mashego and Mayeni Mashaba, her sister Audrey Ndlovu, and her niece Zanele Motha. # Bagolonews is not providing live coverage from the High Court.

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