Insurance fraud in SA has surged in last 2 years - Asisa
The case of Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu, who has been accused of killing her relatives and claiming over R1.4 million in insurance money, has further highlighted how prevalent insurance fraud is in the country.
Nomia Ndlovu’s mother defends her in court
Maria Mushwana has testified in defence of Ndlovu, who is accused of killing several family members and plotting to kill others to cash in on insurance policies in crimes going back to 2012.
Nomia Ndlovu allegedly plotted to kill investigating officer while in prison
She will face additional charges after the discovery that she was allegedly planning to kill the officer investigating her multiple cases and the Tembisa South station commander while inside prison.
Nomia Ndlovu, who is accused of killing 6 people, maintains that she's innocent
Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu is accused of killing six family members and plotting to kill seven more with the hopes of claiming insurance money.
Murder accused Ndlovu breaks down on stand when questioned on boyfriend's death
Nomia Ndlovu is facing six charges of murder, and others including fraud and attempted murder.
Nomia Ndlovu questioned about ordering hit on relatives
Ndlovu, who on Tuesday joked with the media, appeared more reserved on Wednesday morning.
Nomia Ndlovu back in court for allegedly ordering a hit on her family members
A video of Nomia Ndlovu planning the murder of family members has gone viral on social media. Ndlovu was arrested after an alleged hitman turned to the police to say that he had been recruited to carry out more murders in Bushbuckridge.
Woman accused of killing 6 people for insurance payouts breaks down in court
Nomia Ndlovu appeared in the Palm Ridge Magistrates Court on Tuesday, charged with killing six people, including family members and her boyfriend.
Woman accused of murdering 6 people for insurance payouts denies charges
Nomia Ndlovu appeared in the Palm Ridge Magistrates Court on Tuesday charged with killing six people, including family members and her boyfriend.
Angry South Hills residents vow to return to Rand Water if supply not restored
On Wednesday, angry residents gathered at Rand Water’s offices in Glenvista, demanding answers.
After seven straight days of no water, some Joburg residents march on Rand Water
Communities in Linmeyer, Risana, Tulisa Park, The Hill and surrounding areas in the south of Johannesburg have been without water for the past seven days.
Desperate residents to march on Rand Water to demand water supply turned back on
Some communities in Tshwane, Ekurhuleni and Joburg were without water for extended periods, getting little to no help from their respective municipalities and Rand Water.
South Hills residents threaten to protest over water cuts
The communities in Linmeyer, Risana, Tulisa Park, the hill and surrounding areas have seen their water cut for the past six days.
Motshekga: Teen pregnancies not just a Gauteng problem, it's a national crisis
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga Motshekga said that this was a societal failing that needed urgent action.
Months after deadly fire, Gazine residents still waiting on promised housing
It’s been almost five months and there's still no houses in sight – instead, residents in Gazine live in makeshift tents, exposed to dust and wind.
Motshekga urges ECD centres to participate in National Census
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said a lack of accurate information on the database prevents the centres from receiving much-needed assistance.
KZN's Zikalala plays down shutdown claims; police on alert
During a briefing on the COVID-19 pandemic in the province, Kwazulu-Natal Premier Sihle Zikalala said that talk of a potential disruption to services and business operations was just a baseless distraction.
Govt won't tolerate any more disruptions to schooling amid shutdown rumours
No further teaching and learning can be disrupted given how COVID-19 has already thrown schooling into disarray. Grade 12s are writing prelim exams from Monday.