Hard at work: Malusi Gigaba puts down Candy Crush to request reports from Home Affairs

Hard at work: Malusi Gigaba puts down Candy Crush to request reports from Home Affairs

- As Finance Minister, Malusi Gigaba raised eyebrows by playing games during a Parliamentary session

- Now Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba is hard at work investigating complaints about Home Affairs offices across the country

- Gigaba has requested a comprehensive report and strategy from his department on creating effective management within the offices

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Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, has abandoned his games to try and bring order to Home Affairs offices around the country.

Gigaba has issued instructions to his department to compile and submit a comprehensive report and strategy on managing long queues at Home Affairs offices.

On Tuesday, the Minister paid a surprise visit to the Orlando West offices as part of his ongoing campaign to address complaints on delayed processes and long queues, Briefly.co.za gathered.

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“There was a long queue when we arrived here (Orlando West) and we were able to deal with it… it’s a question of leadership. The management of the department on the ground is something that we have to pay attention to.”

Gigaba has asked South Africans to exercise patience, adding that the sudden rush to Home Affairs offices may have been sparked by false reports about the green ID being phased out.

It seems the Minister's days of playing games during Parliamentary sessions are behind him.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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