'It Was My Honour' - Gigaba Resigns as Member of Parliament

Following a wake of public relations scandals, former South African home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba has resigned as a Member of Parliament and offered his gratitude to the African National Congress. Blade Nzimande, who will act as Home Affairs Minister in Gigaba's place, asked for a series of questions posed during a recent oral question session in Parliament to be postponed.

Top: National Assembly building in Cape Town. Bottom-left: Acting Home Affairs Minister Blade Nzimande. Bottom-right: Former home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba.

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