Monday, 29 October 2018

PICTURES: South Africa’s Home Affairs Minister In PUNANI Tape Storm ... Meet The Woman Behind The Scandal

South Africa’s Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has admitted recording a punani tape with his wife but says the explicit material was part of his privacy which should not be shared with anyone else.


Gigaba revealed weekend that a tape containing material “of a punani nature” was circulating in political circles and has been used in blackmail and extortion attempts against him.

His wife Norma has however remained mum on the issue and continues to slay on her Instagram account.

Here’s a little background on Norma:

Norma was born on 9 April 1975, she married Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba in 2014. The pair have two sons named Nkanyezi and Mvelo, and she even has a famous sister in singer Nandi Mngoma.

She has made a name for herself as an IT guru and specialist. She has worked with technology all of her life – earning the nickname Mrs Gigabyte – and takes particular offense to being labelled as a “trophy wife”.
South Africa’s Home Affairs Minister In PUNANI Tape Storm ... Meet The Woman Behind The Scandal
Norma has made a lot of money herself as an independent woman.

Norma has been the subject of celebrity gossip over the last few years, but she was very much a focal point of political discussion earlier in 2018 following a row over MPs’ expenses.
It was revealed that Norma travelled with her husband across the world to investor roadshows, during his time as finance minister. Her travel costs and expenses came to almost R900 000.
Her marriage to Malusi has been turbulent, to say the least. In the same year they wed, Malusi admitted to having an affair with New York-based fashion stylist Buhle Mkhize. A bitter war of words has ensued between the pair, with Gigaba labelling her love rival as a “prost_itute” and “obsessive”.

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