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Malusi Gigaba

Date of Birth: 30 August 1971
Place of Birth: Eshowe, KwaZulu-Natal


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Mr Gigabyte's baptism of fire

South Africa's fourth Finance Minister in two years, Malusi Gigaba, encountered bemusement and indifference when he visited the United States last week for the International Monetary Fund and World Bank Spring Meetings in Washington...


Zuma's edifice starts to wobble

Pro-democracy forces brought tens of thousands of protestors into South Africa's streets last week following President Jacob Zuma's ousting of Pravin Gordhan from the Finance Ministry and his replacement with Malusi Gigaba...

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Gigaba raises sights still higher

The controversial Malusi Gigaba, the former Home Affairs Minister now elevated to the Finance Ministry, has been proposed by influential sections of the African National Congress as a compromise candidate to succeed Jacob Zuma as ANC and state President...


Ramaphosa ready for launch

Ramaphosa was the keynote speaker at Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's glittering 80th birthday celebration, which boasted an elite guest list including Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gigaba, Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula, the Independent Group newspaper boss Iqbal Survé, Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema and Dali Mpofu...


In league with Zuma

Another former Youth League President, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba, told City Press: 'The 2017 elective conference is still far away; by the time we get to 2017, you might not be a factor or your people might no longer have the influence you had wished they would have'...


Public sectarians

Minister of Public Enterprises Malusi Gigaba tried to curb her freedom of action, but he was promptly removed from his post, many say at Myeni’s insistence, and moved to the Department of Home Affairs in May 2014...


Save the children

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba argues that the new rules – which Sacci says are unique – will reduce child-trafficking and prostitution...


The politics of power

A respected former Western Cape Premier installed in the post-election cabinet reshuffle, Brown was tasked with bringing stability to Eskom and other struggling state-owned enterprises following accusations of mismanagement and political interference that dogged her predecessor, Malusi Gigaba, now at Home Affairs...


Gloom settles on economy

Nevertheless, he has support from a broad spectrum of ANC constituencies and is ahead of other possible successors, Among these are African Union Chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, ambitious Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba, ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe, Sport and Recreation Minister Fikile Mbalula and the Arts and Culture (formerly Police) Minister, Nathi Mthethwa...


A loyalist cabinet

The former Western Cape Premier, Lynne Brown, is now in charge of the powerful Public Enterprise portfolio, replacing the ANC's golden boy, Malusi Gigaba, who has been moved to Home Affairs...


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