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The Moment People Have Been For Is Here| This Is Going To Happen To Rosemary Ndlovu Next Week

After the state and defense presented closing arguments on Thursday, Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu, the alleged killer officer, will hear her fate in the multiple murder case against her next week. In the South Gauteng high court sitting in the Palm Ridge magistrate's court on October 22, Judge Ramarumo Monama will deliver judgment on six murder charges, conspiracy to commit murder, fraud, and defeating the purposes of justice, among others.

The former officer is accused of killing her sister Audrey Ndlovu, her cousin Witness Madala Homu, her niece Zanele Motha, and her nephews Mayeni Mashaba and Brilliant Mashego - Audrey's son – in a killing spree. Maurice Mabasa, her live-in lover, is also suspected of killing her. The killings took place between 2012 and 2018, and the court has provided proof that she cashed in life insurance policies after their deaths, according to the state. Ndlovu is also suspected of orchestrating assassinations against her mother, Maria Mushwana, and her sister Joyce Ndlovu's five children.

In final remarks, prosecutor Adv Riana Williams claimed the state had proven its case beyond a reasonable doubt and that the court should convict Ndlovu. The only reasonable conclusion that can be taken from the information provided in court, according to Williams, is that Ndlovu committed the crimes for which she is charged. Williams stated that a video taken by an undercover cop showed how Ndlovu plotted to have her relatives murdered while the murders were staged to appear unnatural.

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