What Happened To Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu? Everything About Convicted Killer Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu

What Happened To Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu: Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu is a South African murderer and ex-policewoman and was charged guilty of murdering six people and attempted murder of two. Read the article further to know more about what happened to Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu in detail.

by Isaimozhi K | Updated May 26, 2022

What Happened To Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu? Everything About Convicted Killer Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu
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Who Is Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu?

Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu, a South African convicted killer, and ex-policewoman, was sentenced for the killings of six individuals between 2012 and 2018 — her live-in spouse and five of her family. She planned to live off their life and funeral insurance policies, which she had acquired to R1.4 million ($93,000). In 2021, Ndlovu was convicted of thirty years in prison for the murders, including ten years for four counts of fraud, ten years for each of the seven counts of solicitation to murder people, and ten years for the attempted murder of her mother, Maria Mushawana. Ndlovu's murder spree stopped when she was caught on camera attempting to solicit the help of an undercover cop and another man serving as a hitman to burn her sister Joyce and her five children to death inside her home. Read further to know What Happened To Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu after her trial.

What Happened To Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu?

Rosemary Ndlovu, a former Tembisa policewoman, and serial murder suspect, came to court wearing leg irons after police decided to shackle her due to her previous shenanigans. Ndlovu took the witness stand with her legs chained for the first time on Monday. Before beginning her testimony, Ndlovu complained about her shackles to Judge Ramarumo Monama of the Gauteng High Court sitting. Monama then directed that the shackles be removed. Following the previous experience, prosecutor Riana Williams informed the court that Ndlovu's legs had to be shackled.

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Ndlovu's "killing for cash" spree stopped in March 2018, when the man she paid to assassinate her sister Joyce and Joyce's five children surrendered to the authorities. Under the guise of the hitman, Njabulo Kunene, and his friend in a sting operation to eliminate Joyce and her family, an undercover cop was called in. Ndlovu was caught on a hidden device implanted in the vehicle she and the three men were riding in, explaining how she planned to burn Joyce and her five children alive at their home during the undercover operation, the youngest of whom was just five months old.

Ndlovu had told the "hitmen" that she wanted the job done because she was cash-strapped and in danger of losing her BMW to a loan shark. More than 50 state witnesses testified, outlining how Ndlovu wanted her mother, Maria Mushwana, and cousin, Gladys, killed in addition to Joyce.

What Happened To Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu In 2022?

Ndlovu attempted to confront photographers who took her images twice last week, throwing food at them both times. Ndlovu is charged with 6 counts of murder for allegedly insuring her family members, then murdering them with the help of killers, and claiming insurance payouts. Her mother, partner Maurice Mabasa, two sisters, and five nephews and nieces are among the people she reportedly ordered hits on. Her mother and one of her sisters were spared from the claimed attacks, but Mabasa and five others were not so fortunate.

Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu Murder Case Victims

  • Madala Homu, her cousin, is a witness. In March 2012, he was assassinated on his way home from work. His body was discovered abandoned in Johannesburg with head injuries. Ndlovu hired a hitman to do the crime, according to the state. After his death, she claimed more than R131,000 from insurance plans.

  • Audrey Somisa Ndlovu is her sister. In June 2013, she was discovered poisoned and strangled to death in her rented room in Tembisa. Ndlovu is accused of obtaining many insurance policies in her sister's name. She is also accused of impersonating Audrey and calling insurance firms. She then added herself to Audrey's insurance policies as a beneficiary. Insurance payouts totaled more than R717,000 for Ndlovu.

  • Yingwani Maurice Mabasa is her lover. After being stabbed over 80 times, he died in October 2015. His body was discovered near the police station at Olifantsfontein. His valuables were not seized. According to the state, Ndlovu took out many policies in Mabasa's name and recruited a guy to take out life insurance policies in Mabasa's name. She had listed Mabasa as her spouse and herself as the beneficiary on some insurance plans. After Mabasa's death, she paid the premiums and received moreover R416,000. She made an R40,000 donation to his funeral.

  • Zanele Motha, her niece. She died in June 2016 after claiming she was assaulted in Kempton Park's streets. Motha was visiting Ndlovu at the moment. Motha had been examined at the Tembisa Hospital two days before her death for cuts and bruises she claimed she had after being hit by a bicycle. Motha was transported to the Arwyp Medical Centre in Kempton Park on her second admittance, where she was found to have cracked ribs and a damaged liver. For Motha, Ndlovu allegedly cashed in about R120,000 in policies.

  • Motha's brother, Mayeni Mashaba, was her nephew. In April 2017, he died on the same day he was supposed to meet Ndlovu in Daveyton, Ekurhuleni. His body was discovered at Olifantsfontein landfill. He'd suffered severe head injuries. His cellphone records show that he was in the same vicinity as Ndlovu at his death. She had policies opened in Mashaba's name, but she did not receive a payout due to errors in paperwork.

  • Mashego, her nephew, is brilliant. He was Audrey's kid, whom Ndlovu was accused of murdering several years ago. Mashego was killed in January 2018 after learning that Ndlovu had taken money following his mother's death. Ndlovu had taken Mashego under her wing and promised to assist him in finding work. Mashego's body was discovered in a Bushbuckridge marketplace a few days after leaving home, purportedly to meet Ndlovu. She held insurance in his name but was unable to claim since she had designated him as her son but could not give documentation to claim.

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What Happened To Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu - FAQs

1. Who is Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu?

Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu is a South African murderer and ex-policewoman.

2. Why did she murder them?

She murdered six of them with the help of a hitman for their insurance money.

3. Who were the six victims?

She was sentenced for the killings of six individuals between 2012 and 2018. The victims were her live-in spouse and five of her family.

4. How old is Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu?

Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu is 44 years old as of 2022.

5. When was Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu arrested?

Ndlovu's "killing for cash" spree stopped in March 2018, when the man she paid to assassinate her sister Joyce and Joyce's five children surrendered to the authorities.

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