Former police constable could not sleep after one of her alleged victims died, court hears

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The High Court in Johannesburg sitting in Palm Ridge has heard how former police constable, Nomia Ndlovu could not sleep after one of her alleged victims, Madala Homu died.

Homu was found dead in March 2012.

Ndlovu allegedly killed six of her relatives over a period of six years.

It is alleged that she then benefited from funeral claims amounting to R1.4 million.

Former police officer denies involvement in family murders

Ndlovu has testified on how she was at work doing a night shift when Homu was reported missing.

Homu was found dead in March 2012 and it is believed Ndlovu benefited from funeral cover claims.

She has denied her involvement in everything and has told the court that she had told one of the relatives only known to the court as Godfrey that she would assist to search for Madala using her police networks.

She then told the court that they later found Homu’s lifeless body at the Germiston mortuary.

The trial continues.

The video below is the court proceedings: