Gigaba made to look like anhonourable person

2018-11-21 06:01

MALUSI Gigaba has been linked strongly to having his hands in the Gupta jar, being a compulsive liar and more, and the ANC, as per the norm, has handed him a get-out-of-jail card.

In fact, Gigaba, having not been fired from his ministerial position, is now made to look like an honourable person, “stepping down for the sake of South Africa”.

What a noble gesture this was in the face of all the incriminating evidence that is stacking up against him, and most of the ANC chief whips, for that matter. He will no doubt get a little salary snip and possibly be disciplined.

He can then stay out of the limelight for a year or two before he is given a boost up the power ladder.

The fact that the ANC is keeping Gigaba within the ANC tells us that nothing is about to change within the ruling party.





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