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A woman murdered her family to benefit from her insurance

Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu in the <a class=Palm Ridge Magistrates Court. Video footage emerged this week purportedly showing her arranging a hit on her sister with the aim of claiming an insurance pay-out."/>

Insurance agency Assupol Life on Thursday said it was hanging tight for the decision in the preliminary including a previous Tembisa constable so it could then make further strides against her. 


Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu in the Palm Ridge Magistrates Court. Video film arose for the current week purportedly showing her organizing a hit on her sister fully intent on asserting a protection pay-out.© Xanderleigh Dookey Makhaza/Eyewitness News. Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu in the Palm Ridge Magistrates Court. Video film arose for the current week purportedly showing her organizing a hit on her sister fully intent on asserting a protection pay-out. 


Nomia Ndlovu is claimed to have profited from over R1.4 million in burial service and disaster protection arrangements over a six-year time span after a few of her family members were killed. 


One of her casualties was her sweetheart, Maurice Mabasa, who was safeguarded by Assupol. 


Chilling instance of Ndlovu has brought protection extortion into center. She is blamed for taking on strategies, and afterward killing six individuals to guarantee the cash. 


Last month, South African life back up plans announced 3,186 instances of deceitful and deceptive cases, adding up to over R5 million. 


Assupol senior chief administrator, Jacques Erasmus, said there was a developing issue of protection misrepresentation in the nation, yet Erasmus said the kind of protection extortion, purportedly including the previous Tembisa cop, was exceptionally uncommon. 


"Other than this case that is right now under the steady gaze of the court, Assupol Life has not had any comparable cases over the most recent two years by any stretch of the imagination. This is the one in particular that we know about," he said. Erasmus has cautioned purchasers to be watchful, and not to give out close to home data.


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