So Who Helped the Guptas With South African Citizenship?
Opposition party the Economic Freedom Fighters has said they received reliable information alleging that Malusi Gigaba, while minister of home affairs, unduly granted the Gupta family South African citizenship. The family has been named in former public protector Thuli Madonsela's State of Capture report as having undue influence on key ministerial appointments.
South Africa: Finance Minister to Face Parliament Over Guptas
News24Wire, 27 June 2017
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is due in Parliament on Tuesday morning to account for some members of the Gupta family's naturalisation during his tenure as home affairs minister. Read more »
News24Wire, 14 June 2017
Former home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba did nothing wrong in granting the Gupta family South African citizenship, his successor Hlengiwe Mkhize said on Wednesday. Read more »
South Africa: I Handled the Guptas' Naturalisation Lawfully - Minister
News24Wire, 13 June 2017
Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba has confirmed that the letters circulated on social media granting the Gupta family South African citizenship are genuine. Read more »
President Zuma accompanied by Atul Gupta, Malusi Gigaba and Nazeem Howa at a Gupta-owned New Age business breakfast.
South Africa: Gigaba Pushed Through Guptas' SA Citizenship - EFF
News24Wire, 12 June 2017
The EFF says it has received reliable information that whilst Malusi Gigaba was minister of home affairs, he unduly granted the Gupta family South African citizenship. Read more »
Malusi Gigaba, Minister of Finance and wife Noma Gigaba.
South Africa: Being Malusi Gigaba
Daily Maverick, 13 June 2017
Who, in their right mind, would want to be Malusi Gigaba? Our Finance Minister is now at the centre of several storms, and under attack from almost all sides. It is a position few… Read more »
South Africa: EFF Takes On #Guptaleaks With Gigaba in the Crosshairs
Daily Maverick, 9 June 2017
Why did Malusi Gigaba, when he was Minister of Public Enterprises, tell Denel to continue with the procurement of locomotives, even though it was illegal to do so, and instructed… Read more »