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MALEMA: NEVER LAUGH AT ANOTHER MAN’S WOUND.

Malema: Never laugh at another man’s wound

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Nov 13, 2018 2:00 PM

EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu says at least the former minister will now have enough time to play.

EFF Leader Julius Malema (L) and deputy president Floyd Shivambu share a moment before his address outside the Polokwane High Court, Limpopo, 3 August  2015. Picture: Nigel Sibanda
EFF Leader Julius Malema (L) and deputy president Floyd Shivambu share a moment before his address outside the Polokwane High Court, Limpopo, 3 August 2015. Picture: Nigel Sibanda

Politicians have had a lot to say about Malusi Gigaba’s resignation as home affairs minister.

The former minister said in a statement today that his resignation was not admission of guilt, adding he had filed an application for judicial review of Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s Fireblade findings.

“I also intend to defend all other matters which resulted from my term of office as a member of Cabinet,” he said.

But this hasn’t stopped other politicians from celebrating his downfall.

EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu took to Twitter to mock the former minister, saying he would now have enough time to be romantic.

This while EFF leader Julius Malema advised his followers not to laugh at another man’s wound because karma never fails at her job.

It was unclear if the EFF leader was encouraging his followers to be compassionate or mocking the former minister for making fun of Malema’s axing from the ANC.

EFF chairperson Dali Mpofu also made fun of the former minister and asked his followers who they thought would be next to face the axe.

Former president Jacob Zuma’s daughter Thuthukile only asked the former minister how he felt about resigning, also sharing a video of him saying if Zuma didn’t resign, he, along with other MPs would vote him out.

BLF leader said the only sad part about Gigaba’s resignation was that he would never be able to tell “the truth” about the Oppenheimers.

Mngxitama also made predictions that Nomvula Mokonyane and Bathabile Dlamini would be next to resign or face the axe.

Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina only lamented the fact that the ANC was losing young leaders, further asking who was next to face the axe.

“Now that @mgigaba is gone who is next. Those who are laughing today please know it’s still a long way to go.

“First it was [Peter] Mokaba who was rejected in the executive, Lulu Johnson ignored, Gigaba and Mbalula removed, Malema and co fired. Yet we are future,” he said.

He said he was on Gigaba’s side.

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THE FORMER MINISTER OF HOME AFFAIRS HAS RELEASED A STATEMENT SETTING OUT HIS REASONS FOR HANDING IN HIS RESIGNATION TODAY.

The former minister of home affairs has released a statement setting out his reasons for handing in his resignation today.

Former home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba, who has been found to be lying under oath. Picture: REUTERS/Sumaya Hisham/File Photo
Former home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba, who has been found to be lying under oath. Picture: REUTERS/Sumaya Hisham/File Photo

President Cyril Ramaphosa today accepted former home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba’s resignation, which was widely welcomed throughout the nation.

Gigaba has been under immense pressure after the Constitutional Court found he had been lying under oath, and the recent appearance of a video of him pleasuring himself. This came on top of serious allegations of being up to his neck in the state capture project during the presidency of Jacob Zuma, inter alia granting the notorious Gupta brothers and their families early South African citizenship.

He released a statement tonight, explaining in his own words why he left office:

“Earlier today, I handed in my resignation from the position of Minister of Home Affairs to President Cyril Ramaphosa.

“I did so after a long period of sustained and vitriolic public attacks on my integrity. I wish to state that my resignation is not an admission of guilt on my part.

“The integrity and public standing of the Government and the African National Congress of which I am a loyal and proud member is more important than any political office bearer.

“In this regard, I have filed an application for judicial review of the Public Protector’s finding with respect to the Fireblade Aviation matter and also intend to defend all other matters which resulted from my term of office as a member of Cabinet.

“I have been a Deputy Minister from 2004 and a Member of Cabinet since 2010. During this period, I have sought to execute my responsibilities to the best of my abilities. In all the departments to which I was deployed, I was privileged to serve with dedicated and capable colleagues and members of the civil service.

“Accordingly, I wish to thank the ANC and the Presidents who deployed me into all the positions of trust and responsibility. My sincere gratitude also goes to staff and Directors General of all the departments I have had the privilege to lead. In particular, I wish to thank President Ramaphosa for the support and confidence he has shown in me since January this year.

“I wish the President and colleagues in Cabinet success in efforts to save the country from the current economic crisis and our ongoing work to improve the quality of the lives of our people.

“I remain a committed and disciplined member of the ANC and will, in the context of the call #ThumaMina, continue to execute any tasks that the organisation might deem it necessary to instruct me to fulfil.”

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MALUSI GIBABA RESIGNED AS HOME AFFAIRS MINISTER.

Malusi Gigaba has faced a difficult few weeks – with pressure mounting from opposition parties on him to resign.

PRETORIA – Eyewitness News has learnt that Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has resigned and has served his letter of resignation to the Presidency.

The Presidency has confirmed receiving the letter from the embattled minister.

EWN understands Gigaba wrote in a letter to President Cyril Ramaphosa that he has chosen to place the interests of the African National Congress and the country above his personal interests.

He says the battle he is facing is political in nature, which he shall continue to fight.

Gigaba is, however, cautious to note that his resignation is in no way an admission of guilt and he leaves the public service with a clear conscious, adding that he has done no wrong.

Gigaba’s personal spokesperson was unaware of this development, however, the Presidency has confirmed receipt of his letter.

Gigaba has faced a difficult few weeks – with pressure mounting from opposition parties on him to step down.

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Two weeks ago the Constitutional Court rejected his application for leave to appeal a High Court ruling which that found he had lied under oath in the Fireblade Aviation matter.

On 31 October 2018, the Public Protector found that Gigaba violated the Constitution and the executive members’ ethics code when he lied under oath about allowing the Oppenheimers permission to operate a private terminal at OR Tambo International Airport.

Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane directed the president to discipline Gigaba for lying in court and that Gigaba also needed to account to Parliament.

A recent selfie video of the minister engaging in a private solo sex act – for which he apologised – has also added to his woes.

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