- Reports indicate that Malusi Gigaba was given orders to step down as Home Affairs Minister
- It is believed these orders came from President Ramaphosa himself
- Gigaba resigned as Minister of Home Affairs just a day before the president was set to take action against him
According to reports, Malusi Gigaba was instructed by Luthuli House to resign as Home Affairs Minister.
He was allegedly given the instructions by President Ramaphosa himself, through a telephone call.
Gigaba stepped down as the Home Affairs Minister a day before President Ramaphosa was set to take action against him.
Briefly.co.za gathered that ANC insiders revealed that Gigaba received a call during a meeting with some former ANC Youth League leaders.
However, Khusela Diko, the president's spokesperson, did not want to comment on this call.
The ANC's deputy Secretary-General, Jessie Duarte, also spoke to the former Home Affairs Minister on the day but says he didn't discuss the resignation with Gigaba.
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