Its no longer news that deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is now the new President of South Africa and their have been several calls from both South Africans and the opposition to has some ministers removed.
One of them happens to be Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba. According to DA leader Mmusi Maimane, he said Ramaphosa cold have been more bolder and do the needful
“Some of the programmes was on president Zuma’s administration. What South Africa wants is action on tax and how we use tax,” said Maimane.
“I really look forward to reforms that will come through.””Malusi started state capture and he must be removed,” Maimane said.
Malusi Gigaba does not look that worried, when asked about his future;
“I serve at the pleasure of the president. It’s the president that will decide what will happen…. all I can say is, see you again somewhere,” said Gigaba.