Malusi Gigaba celebrates as his daughter, Lerato Gigaba, graduates from IIE Rosebank Varsity College in South Africa KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, May 20, 2022

Malusi Gigaba celebrates as his daughter, Lerato Gigaba, graduates from IIE Rosebank Varsity College in South Africa

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Malusi Gigaba has rejoiced after his daughter, Lerato Gigaba, graduated from IIE Rosebank Varsity College. (Read More Here).

Taking to his Instagram story, Malusi Gigaba, shared a picture showing the moment he and his daughter posed for a picture together at IIE Rosebank Varsity College in South Africa. 



MM wrote: "Malusi Gigaba celebrates his daughter Lerato Gigaba's graduation."

Biography of Malusi Gigaba:

Knowledge Malusi Nkanyezi Gigaba (born 30 August 1971) is a South African politician who served as Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of South Africa appointed by President Cyril Ramaphosa from 27 February 2018 until his resignation on 13 November 2018. He also held the post from 25 May 2014 to 31 March 2017 as appointed by former President Jacob Zuma. He previously served as Deputy Minister of Home Affairs, Minister of Public Enterprises and Minister of Finance in the government of South Africa. He is currently a member of the National Executive Committee of the African National Congress.

He was first elected to the National Assembly of South Africa in 1999 as Member of Parliament for the African National Congress. He resigned in 2001 but was elected to the National Assembly again in 2004. President Thabo Mbeki appointed him to the position of Deputy Minister of Home Affairs. President Jacob Zuma appointed Gigaba as Minister of Public Enterprises, succeeding Barbara Hogan in October 2010. He served in that position until 2014, when he was appointed Minister of Home Affairs. Gigaba was appointed Minister of Finance in March 2017 after the controversial dismissal of Pravin Gordhan.

In February 2018, Gigaba for the second time was appointed Minister of Home Affairs in the cabinet of Cyril Ramaphosa. He served until his forced resignation in November 2018, after mounting pressure for him to resign or for Ramaphosa to dismiss him. Minister of Transport, Blade Nzimande, was serving as Acting Minister of Home Affairs. Gigaba resigned as Member of the National Assembly on 15 November 2018.

Gigaba is known as a chief architect of state capture.

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