View Full Version : Fly SAA and get high/SAA personnel and drugs
29-04-2006, 11:24 AM
Ya our new AA i mean SAA :D recruits are making some biiiiig money !!
29-04-2006, 11:35 AM
29-04-2006, 01:03 PM
Im loving this article. Its so frank and doesnt care about political correctness.
29-04-2006, 03:44 PM
Oh my god !!!
-------"Unfortunately, almost none of the black cadet pilots made it through the Australian training, and were sent home. This caused great unhappiness in SAA management which, in July 2002, decided to bring pilot training back to South Africa, where blacks might not fail tests in such great numbers. The few black pilots who made it through the course in Australia were appointed to senior posts, but suffered a serious setback in 2000, when seven—that is to say almost all of them—were arrested on charges of bribing their way through the Civil Aviation examination paper that put them at the controls of passenger jets. The pilots each paid approximately 7,000 Rand (US$ 650) to get a copy of the Airline Transport Pilots License examination paper before taking the test. Two non-white members of South Africa’s Civil Aviation Authority were also arrested along with the pilots. Two of the pilots were found guilty but fled the country before sentencing, and the rest were suspended. However when the cases of the remaining five came to court, the files had disappeared and the charges had to be dropped for lack of evidence. The parliamentary opposition tried to launch an investigation into this failure to prosecute, but that came to nothing. Today, many of the pilots are back flying for SAA. "
"Occasionally crime makes the newspapers. In April 2000, SAA announced it had uncovered “a nest of corruption among staff,” including charges of “male and female prostitution, money laundering, bribery and smuggling” during foreign stopovers.
Similo Sircharles Sali used to be one of SAA’s few black pilots. His career ended in August 2002, when he was arrested with five kilos of cocaine as he was preparing to fly from Cape Town to London. The South African Pilots Association chairman, John Harty, pointed out, “This is the first time in South African airline history that a pilot has been held for allegedly being in possession of drugs.” "
29-04-2006, 04:54 PM
I think I recognise that name in the article
29-04-2006, 06:35 PM
Is there something in black culture that abhors the giving of good service?
Don't get me wrong, I know quite a few of white skummels that give bad service. Its a question of genuine interest.
30-04-2006, 09:28 AM
@supersunbird : It's like this :
The only peeps that manage to escape the sqaulor and poverty and somehow managed to get sent to the "training" in AUZ were ONLY enrolled into the training by bribing people in the recruiting firm.
The recruiting firm is irresponsible and greedy and savagely neglegent and actually promote the placement of criminals into these positions for self gain.
The honest peeps did not bribe the recruitment company and did not get placed.
Corruption starts at the first position of power, and spreads from there.
- Corrupt pupils steal and use drugs and end up in sheet where they become
- Corrupt pupils who trade dugs for money to bribe the officials that want to put them into jail then
- They learn to Bribe the teachers for great grades to
- Gain access to Tertiary education where they corrupt that system by enforcing AA/BEE and equal representation to
- Hand out degree's like they're paper for recycling to select members that can be controlled to
- Help bring in the drugs that supports this cycle