JOHANNESBURG - Multiple homicide denounced Nomia Ndlovu has denied being at the scene where the body of her nephew, Mayeni Mashaba, was found on the day that he had orchestrated to meet with her in Daveyton in Ekurhuleni in 2017.
The supposed protection fraudster was back in the dock on Monday to proceed with her interrogation, which was zeroing in on the demise of her nephew, Brilliant Mashego, who she had covered under somewhere around three protection strategies.
Prior on Monday, State examiner Riana Williams asked Ndlovu for what reason she was constantly positioned in the area when information on her supposed casualties' passing came.
"How is that, for this situation, when the expired was found you were in every case some place close? On account of witness Madala Homu you thought about his body at Olifantsfontein Police Station. How is that?"
Ndlovu has kept on denying any contribution in the demise of her family members and her darling somewhere in the range of 2012 and 2018.
The previous cop is blamed for organizing the homicides of six individuals near her to guarantee protection cash
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