|South Africa's drug dealing ambassador to Singapore|
3rd of October 2016
Just the other day I was saying, “That is how it works in the criminally corrupt ANC. The lazier you are, the more incompetent you are, the more corrupt you are and the more you can steal…the better qualified you are for the job.”
Now it has emerged that South Africa’s ambassador to Singapore, Hazel Francis Ngubeni, is a convicted drug dealer from the time she was an air hostess. She was first caught in SA trying to smuggle 9 kg’s of heroin from Thailand into the country in 1995 but got off after a key witness from Mozambique refused to testify against her. Coward that she was asked one of her colleagues to carry her bags for her. Poor guy had no idea what was stashed in a false compartment.
Then in 1999 she was caught in the USA with a bag of cocaine and convicted. She spent two years in prison over there. SAA fired her skank ass.
During a vetting process by the State Security Agency, this lying scumbag claimed she did not have a criminal record. Ngubeni left South Africa for Singapore on April 17 2013 and her security clearance was issued three months later, on July 21 2013. If I was her I would leave Singapore as soon as possible. There they hang you for drug smuggling.
SA High commissioner’s drug smuggling past exposed
However the Sunday Times exposé just opened a can of worms. She is by far not the only one.
Drugs booze and fraud – South Africa’s undiplomatic reps abroad
We the taxpayers of South Africa spend around R3.2 billion on SA’s diplomatic missions across the globe‚ it was revealed in parliament in 2015.
Two diplomats were involved in drunk driving crashes in Fiji and Norway respectively.
Thobeka Dlamini‚ as chargé d’affaires in the South African embassy in Dublin‚ landed in hot water more than two years ago when she was accused of paying her domestic worker‚ whom she had brought to Dublin from Pretoria‚ four times less than the country’s minimum wage.
Tami Sokutu was fired as chair of the South African Biodiversity Institute when he arrived to welcome guests‚ drunk‚ at the Chelsea Flower Show in London‚ where he was meant to be welcoming guests in May 2013. He was so drunk he didn’t even know what day it was. Department of International Relations and Cooperation spokesman Clayson Monyela told the Sunday Times: "Sokutu came to the mission a day before the function highly intoxicated and insisted that he be allowed access to the function. The security informed him that the function was to be held the following day‚" said Monyela. "On the day of the function Sokutu's name was not only not on the list‚ but he was‚ according to security‚ again highly intoxicated when he arrived."
Former transport minister Sbu Ndebele‚ high commissioner to Australia‚ is due to face fraud and corruption charges later this year over allegations of R10-million bribe related to his former portfolio in transport.
You see, the problem is that you cannot explain to foreigners that there are two kinds of South Africans abroad. There are the hardworking, disciplined, never complain, never sick, working kind of South Africans...and then there are Kaffirs. Unfortunately these creatures give other South Africans a bad name. People see how they misbehave and they don’t say, Thandi or Sipho are like that...no, ALL South Africans are like that.
I don’t know what went through the minds of our forefathers who thought they could live side by side and in peace with these things. They could have saved us a lot of shit if they simply continued and did to the Kaffirs what the Zulu King Shaka did…or the Australians did to the Abbos or the Americans and Canadians did to the Indians.
You know...Darwin called it “Survival of the fittest”, but every now and again evolution needs a kick up the butt and a little bit of acceleration.