She is the most loved, by number one, third wife and first lady of the republic of South Africa. The first lady told police she felt unsafe in her police-guarded house in the ultra-luxurious suburb of Waterkloof in Pretoria after one of her fired employees showed up in her kitchen unannounced.
Ngema-Zuma, 52, told Blooklyn police that her former administrator at her NGO BNZ Foundation rocked up at her home in February without prior arrangement.
She told police in her statement that Nomava Diko was her ex-employee who was once suspended from the foundation after she was suspected of being involved in fraud.
“I was at my house at the above given address, and I was in my bedroom. One of my helpers … came to me reporting that there is a person in the house who is asking to see me, she said the name of the person is Nomava Diko, 37.