‘We trusted her’: family of the victims allegedly killed by cop Nomia Ndlovu speak out

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Nomia Ndlovu allegedly murdered six family members in six years and received R1,4 million in insurance money. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
Nomia Ndlovu allegedly murdered six family members in six years and received R1,4 million in insurance money. (PHOTO: Gallo Images/Getty Images)

She took an oath to serve her country and community as a police officer and her family thought she was an angel. She was sweet and loving, the kind of person who’d go the extra mile to make those around her happy.

Her family members considered her “too good to be true” because of her kindness. And those words are now coming back to haunt them.

Behind closed doors, Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu, who was stationed at Thembisa South police station in Gauteng, was allegedly plotting murderous schemes.

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