Malusi Gigaba

 
Wild ride may lead to better future
Wild ride may lead to better future
Who among us can reasonably say that South Africa is not in a better place politically than it was a year ago? But a febrile and angry political...
Is Tito preparing an IMF financial parachute, now a $171bn foreign debt cliff looms?
Is Tito preparing an IMF financial parachute, now a $171bn foreign debt cliff looms?
The reason for the International Monetary Fund’s Christine Lagarde's visit to South Africa is unknown. South Africa desperately needs a...
Gupta looters leave SA in the dark
Gupta looters leave SA in the dark
The latest round of load-shedding could have been avoided if money specifically set aside by Eskom for maintenance had not been diverted to...
Home affairs takes a (confusing) step in the right direction
Home affairs takes a (confusing) step in the right direction
The unexpected release by home affairs of new draft immigrations regulations last week has come as a surprise to many. The document, titled Draft...
High-level turbulence rocks SAA
High-level turbulence rocks SAA
Embattled airline SAA could be flying into a spot of bother as divisions at the top of the state-owned entity are threatening to scupper its...
Gigaba hit the ground running on Mumbai route — Carolus
Gigaba hit the ground running on Mumbai route — Carolus
A few weeks after Malusi Gigaba took over as public enterprises minister in...
Who's who in Parly's report on the Eskom inquiry?
Who's who in Parly's report on the Eskom inquiry?
Following a year of marathon hearings, revelations of mismanagement, private use of public entities and a recent leak of the preliminary findings,...
Ramaphosa’s “Cabinet recycle, not reshuffle”
Ramaphosa’s “Cabinet recycle, not reshuffle”
President Cyril Ramaphosa has decided to not make any major changes in his latest Cabinet reshuffle.
Editorial: Gigaba’s sword — His ethics
Editorial: Gigaba’s sword — His ethics
Malusi Gigaba the politician is no more. For those who search for his name in future, there’s a strong likelihood that the dick pic and video or...
Ramaphosa’s Disprin plan is working
Ramaphosa’s Disprin plan is working
When disgraced Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba resigned on Tuesday, President Cyril Ramaphosa’s strategy of allowing the courts and institutions of oversight to dictate the pace of his cleanout of government paid off....
Gigaba resigns as MP
Gigaba resigns as MP
Former home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba has resigned as a member of Parliament, Parliament spokesperson Moloto Mothapo has confirmed.

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