What led to a trail of dead bodies and R1,4m in life insurance payouts?
Was it desperation or greed that led a former cop to allegedly murder six people on whose lives she had policies?
One million four-hundred-thousand rand.
That is the value of six human lives, calculated as a gruesome tale of former police constable Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu’s alleged trail of murder and greed unfolds in court.
For years, after taking an oath to serve and protect, Ndlovu, then at the Thembisa south police station in Gauteng, attended to call-outs and complaints while allegedly plotting the deaths or attempted killings of family members to claim on life insurance policies...