South Africa Reacts to Minister Gigaba Sex Tape Leak
Social media was a hive of activity following revelations by Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba that a sex video allegedly stolen from his phone has been used to try and blackmail him. In a series of tweets, Gigaba said that the video was first used to try to blackmail him when he was appointed finance minister in March 2017.
News24Wire, 29 October 2018
Lawyer and social media expert Emma Sadleir has warned that anyone who redistributes someone's personal sexual videos that they have received is committing a criminal offence. Read more »
News24Wire, 28 October 2018
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has revealed that a tape containing material "of a sexual nature" is circulating in political circles and has been used in blackmail and… Read more »
Malusi Gigaba has been embroiled in a number of controversies over the years. His career as a politician began when he was appointed as deputy minister of Home Affairs. He later ... Read more »
"This will be a critical component of concerted efforts to ensure citizens and other clients are served professionally when they seek access, in-person or digitally, to services we ... Read more »
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba (file photo).