- Norma Mngoma, formerly known as Norma Gigaba, recently shared a sweet snap of her and a handsome local gent, tagged as Siyanda
- In the caption of the post, Miss Mngoma shared a heartwarming birthday message with the young man, whose arm is wrapped around her waist
- While Mngoma did call the young man "fam" to clarify that their relationship was platonic, this did not stop Mzansi from speculating that he was her new man
Norma Mngoma is quickly letting go last year's drama and moving on with her life. A recent snap that she shared on her Instagram page has left South Africans wondering has she also moved on to a new man.
While both Mngoma and the young man, who has been identified only as Siyanda, both referred to each other as "fam" which means that they consider each other more like family than anything else, Mzansi could not help but speculate whether or not the hunky man was actually a part of Mngoma's new love life.
"Happy birthday to this sweetest soul and my favourite human being, continue to be a gentleman and well mannered. May God richly bless you with so many years to come. Love you bhuti wam @siyanda_rsa," she sweetly captioned the post.
Meanwhile, locals have had this to say about his hand that is resting almost on her thigh:
"Does bhuti know his place? Phela the hand sends a different message.. Mara ke... Happy birthday to him."
"That hand is confusing brotherhood actions."
"It's the hand for me."
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that The Gauteng High Court in Pretoria ruled on Thursday that the warrant of arrest for Norma Gigaba and its subsequent execution was unlawful. The court has also ordered that the confiscation of her information and devices as was unlawful, ordering the Hawks to restore all information illegally removed from the devices.
Gigaba, now Mngoma, had challenged her arrest in the High Court, adamant that it had been a 'favour for her husband', former minister Malusi Gigaba. Her advocate, Dali Mpofu, had argued that this move had been a possible attempt to 'punish' Mngoma or to 'teach her a lesson' for confronting her husband.
Hawks advocate Dawie Joubert had unsuccessfully claimed that Mngoma had been unjustified in turning to the court to challenge her pending criminal case.
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