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Gigaba’s alleged ex-mistress questions integrity, wife's qualifications

Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s alleged ex-mistress has raised questions about him meeting the Gupta family, as well as his wife Norma’s qualifications.

FILE: Minister of Finance Malusi Gigaba.  Picture: Christa Eybers/EWN

JOHANNESBURG – Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s alleged former mistress, Buhle Mkhize, has insinuated that Gigaba lied about meeting the Guptas and has questioned his wife Norma’s qualifications.

Mhkize, a woman who Gigaba allegedly had an affair with, created a new Twitter account on Tuesday to hit back at Norma for a recent interview she did with eNCA.

In the TV interview, Norma responded to a question about the affair.

At the time the revelations came to light, the two women engaged in an Instagram spat which carried various insulting posts.

In various Twitter posts, Mkhize calls the finance minister’s wife a liar.

She then goes on to say that Gigaba lied about meeting the Guptas and that he gave his former girlfriend almost R1 million in cash, questioning where a public servant gets that amount of money.

Mkhize then asks Gigaba’s wife where her matric certificate is and whether she has an IT qualification like she has claimed.

Mkhize has dismissed people who said she was speaking out because she was angry that he had chosen Norma over her.

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