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Malusi Gigaba

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


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South Africa looks east

In May Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba warned that if unchecked India and China would dominate Africa’s mineral resources and infrastructure...


Selling the state

Public Entreprises Minister Malusi Gigaba has told companies under his remit they should build infrastructure provide cost-effective public services offer industrial opportunities for local (especially black) suppliers create jobs and develop skills...


The Gordhan knot

Within the government there are at least three camps: the centrists Finance Minister Pravin Jamnadas Gordhan and National Planning Commission Chairman Trevor Manuel who want to cut the burden of state companies on the Treasury; the leftists Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel and Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies who want the companies to spearhead a state-led development strategy; and Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba and Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu who want to run their own reform programme without interference from the plethora of committees and commissions examining the issue...


The gloves are off

Zuma’s people are trying to persuade Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba – a former ANCYL president – to stand as ANC Deputy General Secretary as a counterweight to Mbalula should he prevail against Mantashe...


Suddenly, the nationalisation talk gets serious

‘We who run the country know the harm this reckless debate [on nationalisation] is doing to the good image and investments of the country ’ the Public Enterprises Minister Malusi Gigaba told an American Chamber of Commerce breakfast...


Congress gets scratchy

Mbeki also won strong backing from the ANC Youth League whose President Malusi Gigaba left parliament and now chairs the Umsobomvu Fund investment company...


The ANC's front line

Five top office-bearers (as above minus Deputy Secretary General Mtintso) 15 elected members and three ex-officio members - Winnie Mandela (Women's League) Malusi Gigaba (Youth League) and Nelson Mandela...


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