Norma Mngoma sticks to her testimony, says Gigaba thought he was Zuma's 'favourite'

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Norma Mngoma testifies at the State Capture Inquiry on Thursday.
Norma Mngoma testifies at the State Capture Inquiry on Thursday.
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A seemingly defiant Norma Mngoma pushed back against her estranged husband's denial of her evidence before the Zondo Commission.

Instead of backing down when confronted with Malusi Gigaba's denial, Mngoma stuck to her word. 

She told the commission that Gigaba believed he was a favourite of former president Jacob Zuma. She said he was devastated when he was moved from the public enterprises department to the home affairs department. 

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