It has been two weeks since the sentencing of notorious policewoman Rosemary Nomia Ndlovu. Being in prison did not stop the serial killer from trying to claim more funds from insurance companies.
According to sergeant Kesh Benneth Mabunda who was the investigating officer in Rosemary Ndlovu’s case, the former policewoman is calling insurance companies from her jail cell.
It is alleged that Rosemary Ndlovu called the insurance company lodging a claim following the passing of her relative. In this case her relative died from an illness and was not murdered.
Ndlovu was arrested following a sting operation by undercover police who disguised themselves as hitmen. She wanted them to kill her sister Joyce and Joyce’s five children in Bushbuckridge.
She was recorded telling them to burn down Joyce’s houses so that she could cash in on more insurance payouts. Ndlovu is believed to have claimed R1.4 million from the insurance companies.
She was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of her six relatives, the attempted murder of her mother aswell as defrauding atleast four insurance companies.