Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba will hold a media briefing on Monday following the resignation of his department’s Director-General Mkhuseli Apleni. Apleni has been with the Home Affairs Department for nearly 10 years and has had a difficult time at the department. Apleni approached the courts last year when the[…]
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has deferred to the Presidency as he refused to weigh in on reports that President Jacob Zuma could announce free higher education for all in the country. Gigaba is leading a high-powered government delegation on a multi country investor roadshow that begins in New York and includes stops in Tokyo,[…]
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is arguably facing the biggest challenge of his political career today when he delivers his first Medium-term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) in Parliament at 15:00. The minister is in an unenviable position. South Africa finds itself in a perfect storm with GDP growth that risks touching[…]
At 16:16 Wednesday afternoon cheery cries of “Malibongwe!” rose from ANC benches, and a few groans from the opposition benches, as Malusi Gigaba stood up to address the National Assembly as finance minister for the first time. He started to speak, but not a squeak could be heard over the[…]
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