Mampara of the week: Malusi Gigaba

04 November 2018 - 00:00 By Hogarth

He mortgaged state jewels to the Guptas and their cronies and lied about promising the Oppenheimers a portion of our international airport, but he was caught out.
On Sunday, a gross sex clip of home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba shocked the nation to the core.
But why are we surprised?
It was during Gigaba's tenure at public enterprises that compromised characters working in aid of the Guptas were placed on boards and executive structures of state-owned entities. Disgraced characters such as Brian Molefe and Dudu Myeni were left to run amok at Eskom and SAA. Gigaba should have been shown the door in February when President Cyril Ramaphosa reshuffled his cabinet, but he was inexplicably retained. The president must now free this wanker to go play with himself.

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