It may be a case of goodbye and good riddance, but Malusi Gigaba has stepped down as a minister in the name of self-preservation.
Malusi Gigaba will certainly not be missed by the tourism industry, a fact they made abundantly clear after his resignation on Tuesday.
Malusi Gigaba dominates the South African news today agenda, but his resignation could soon see the whole pack “shuffled”.
Malusi Gigaba has made many high-profile mistakes during his time in office. We’ve got a list of his most cringe-worthy moments.
It’s incredibly uncommon for South African cabinet ministers to resign from office unless citing retirement or ill-health.
John Steenhuisen isn’t satisfied with Malusi Gigaba’s resignation. He won’t rest until the departing minister is back in the dock.
If the EFF say they want you out, you best start clearing your desk. The Malusi Gigaba resignation fell right into one of their “pronouncements”.
It’s been a terrible few weeks for Malusi Gigaba, and it has culminated in his resignation from the cabinet on Tuesday afternoon.
D-day is coming for Malusi Gigaba, after a very rough November. The calamitous minister may have already used up his last chance.
Malusi Gigaba may have rode this particular storm out, but there’s plenty of gloomy weather on the horizon for our home affairs minister.
In our South African news today round-up, we’re checking how the US MId Terms are doing and how Gigaba has been let off the hook in Parliament.
What’s in a pinky? Quite a lot, if you can read between the lines. Not for the first time, Malusi Gigaba has done his talking with his hands.
All eyes on the Verulam Magistrate’s Court, as our South African news today wrap leads with updates from the Durban ISIS trial.
Julius Malema showing us his funny side.
The leaked report recommends that criminal investigations be instigated against those implicated.
President Malusi Gigaba? That’s the plan, according to Gigabyte. He appeared on eNCA after his own personal week from hell.
The committee will, if requested, also present information to the Ethics Committee where the Public Protector report was referred to.
Gigaba could be going, whereas Moyane is gone. There’s also a surprise rand recovery and more on SAA’s future in Friday’s South African news today wrap.
Just hours after firing Tom Moyane from SARS, John Steenhuisen wants Cyril to give Malusi Gigaba the boot after his horror-week.
Surely this is the end for Malusi Gigaba.
Imagine the worst day of your life, playing over and over again for an entire week. Because that’s what is happening to Malusi Gigaba right now.
Nicholas Ninow takes centre stage on the South African news today wrap, plus there’s more on Malusi Gigaba’s uncertain future.
“Minister [Gigaba] has committed a breach of the Constitution so serious that I could characterise it as a violation.” – Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane.