The trial of former police officer, Nomia Ndlovu, is expected to resume in the High Court in Johannesburg on Monday morning.
The matter was adjourned on Tuesday last week when Ndlovu said she was not feeling well.
She is standing trial for the murder of six family members and conspiring to kill seven others to get the payout from their insurance policies.
Ndlovu was arrested in March 2018 when undercover police set up a sting operation to nab her.
Alleged hitmen had informed police of her plan to have her sister Joyce and her young children burnt alive.
Ndlovu has pleaded not guilty to all the charges.
Last week Monday, the court heard how the former police officer tampered with evidence at the scene of her sister, Audrey’s murder in Tembisa.
Audrey was found poisoned and strangled to death in her room in June 2013.
The day before she was found dead, Ndlovu had visited her and they had drunk tea together.
It is understood that upon arrival on the scene on the day Audrey was found dead, Ndlovu allegedly took the cups she had used to drink tea with Audrey and washed them to tamper with evidence.
She has denied this.
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