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Shocking! Read how Rosemary Ndlovu tried to kill investigating officer

In shock killer cop Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu tried to kill the investigating officer of her case. In an interview yesterday Keshi Mabunda revealed that Ndlovu was found guilt and was given six life sentences each of the family members and her boyfriend she killed to get the insurance payouts, Keshi went on to not Rosemary Ndlovu the killer cop ha an undying appetite for murder.

Mabunda went on to explain, saying she planned the death of her colleague’s while still awaiting trial at the notorious Sun City prison in the south of Joburg.

“Rosemary conspired with her friend to get me and my son killed. I was shaken when I heard of the plot. I realized that this was a serious threat to me and my family. Furthermore, I discovered that after I had confiscated her phone, she did a sim swap, and she planned with her friend to get me and my son killed.

“She also used one of the key witnesses to get close to me. You must note that she tried to bribe me first, and when all that failed, she then decided to [plot to] kill me,” he said.

“I had to be cautious, and I also had to make sure that my family was safe, as I had to limit my son’s movements while looking over my shoulder. I didn’t want to take chances because I realized that she was an evil woman who would do anything to take me out.”

Mabunda, said he got a hold of the case 2015 while he was an acting station commander at
Olifantsfontein police station he went on to explain how the case has affected him and his personal life.

“When I started to investigate this case, I refused to work with other people because I didn’t want to compromise it. I felt I needed to fully commit myself towards solving those murders committed by Rosemary. The first time I saw her face was in 2015, when she came to the police station to request my colleagues to sign her insurance claim documents after she had killed her boyfriend, Maurice Mabasa.

“After I had picked up that there was something fishy with her insurance claims, based on my investigations that were linking her to other unsolved cases, I contacted the insurance company to stop the claim, and she came to the police station fuming, telling me that I had no right to stop her claim,” said Mabunda.

Mabunda went on to explain how the presiding  prosecutor, who worked on the case, had to leave the case because her husband died and later on she became terminally ill.

“Having to deal with not working with the prosecutor who started with me really put me under immense stress. But a new prosecutor, advocate Riana Williams, came through and she told me that we are going to get a successful conviction. I never doubted her because I believed that she knew her story and she told me that I shouldn’t give up as she was here to work with me.”

Judge Ramarumo Monama gave Ndlovu to six life in prison sentences for each of the six counts of murder on Friday. An additional five years was added for defeating the ends of justice, and 10 years for each of the four counts of fraud. Ndlovu who also threatened witnesses after the sentencing proceedings, was also sentenced to 10 years imprisonment for each count of incitement to commit murder and 10 years for the attempted murder of her mother.

Ndlovu pocketed R1.4-million in insurance claims after she killed her boyfriend Mabasa, her sister Audrey Somisa Ndlovu, her cousin Witness Madala Homu, her niece Zanele Motha, her brother Mayeni Mashaba and Audrey’s son, Brilliant Mashego. She also attempted to have her mother killed.

It was reported that the money the 46 year old pocketed from her claims was spent on gambling,

Ndlovu commended Mabunda after her sentencing for a job well done saying;

“On sentencing day, Rosemary said that I should be proud of myself for doing my job. She said that she was not angry with me because she understood that I was just doing my job.”

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