Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu Biography: Age, Story, Today, Husband, House, Charges, Wiki, Sentence, House, Mother

Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu (born 1978), is a convicted murderer, is a South African policewoman. The law convicted her of the death of six people. She was behind the death of her partner and her relative.

She intended on living off their ‘life and insurance policies and had collected over $93,000 (R1.4 million) at the time she was arrested.

She was arrested by the police and the court sentenced her to 6 concurrent life terms for murders in 2021.

Another sentence was 10 years for 4 fraud counts; she got another 10 years for each incitement to commit murder charges. Trying to murder her mother Maria Mushawana got her another 10 years.

Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu
Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu biography
Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu: House • Age • Child • Story • Today
Background Information
Name:Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu
Born:1978 (age 44)
Place of Birth:Tembisa, Transvaal, South Africa
Nationality:South African
Education:N/A
Alma mater:N/A
Baby Daddy Boyfriend:Maurice Mabasa
Parents:Maria Mushawana
Occupation:Former Police Officer
Span of Crimes:2012–2018
Victims:6
Criminal Penalty:Life Imprisonment
Convictions:Murder, fraud

Early Life

Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu was born around 1978 in the township of Thembisa in the wealthiest province of Gauteng in South Africa. Her mother’s name is Maria Mushawana.

Education

The Nation is yet to gather information about her educational background. She underwent a training course that qualified her as a policewoman.

Career

Rosemary joined the South African Police Service (SAPS). Eventually, she was posted at Tembisa police station, and with time, she was promoted to the rank of sergeant.

Although she was respected as a member of the South African police force. However, her colleagues recalled that she was a gambling addict. Sometimes, the police officer would bunk out of work to avoid loan sharks.

Murders and Insurance

The first person on the list of people Rosemary murdered is her cousin Madala Witness Homu. The deceased was found lifeless after she was beaten to death in Olifantsfontein. The demise of Witness, Rosemary would receive over R131,000 in insurance.

Her sister, Audrey Ndlovu, was found dead, after an examination, it was confirmed that she died after she was poisoned and strangled. Nomia received R717, 421.17 in insurance from Audrey’s demise.

Zanele Motha was found dead after her body was examined, it was confirmed that she was beaten to death. Rosemary would receive approximately R119,800 for her niece’s demise.

Later in October 2015, her baby daddy and boyfriend Maurice Mabasa was murdered. He was found with over 80 stab wounds and dumped in Olifantsfontein. She would receive over R131, 000 in death policies in his name.

In 2017, Mayeni Mashaba was found dead in Olifantsfontein after meeting up with Ndlovu the day before he was killed.

She murdered her nephew and Audrey’s son Brilliant Mashego. He was last seen alive in Ndlovu’s company on 22 January 2018 in Bushbuckridge.

Arrest

Her serial kills ended after her arrest. Ndlovu hired a man and an undercover policeman. Both men were posted as hitmen and were ordered by Ndolvu to burn her sister Joyce and her children to death in her house. Unknown to her, she was being recorded.

Conviction

The court found Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu guilty of the murder of all six victims. Ramarumo Monama pronounced the conviction in Palm Ridge after a trial that lasted for 3 months.

She pleads not guilty to the charges against her. She was charged with murder, conspiracy to murder, and attempted murder.

The jury found her guilty of attempting to murder her mother Maria Mushwana on 22 October 2021.

She was also guilty of defeating the ends of justice and fraud on Clientele, 1-life, Old Mutual, and Assupol insurance companies.

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