Norma Mngoma tells all about Gigaba in new interview
Norma Mngoma is ready to open up about the classified things she witnessed as the wife of former Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba.
Norma Mngoma is a woman scorned and in a viral clip of an interview she had with eNCA, she opened up about the trials and tribulations of her six-year marriage to former Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba.
Norma Mngoma and Gigaba saga continues
The fiery end to the couple’s marriage was a public display that landed Mngoma in legal trouble. In October, the former wife of the minister blew up headlines when she allegedly damaged a Mercedes Benz G63 that Gigaba was using, but didn’t own.
Images of the damaged luxury vehicle circulated on social media, with the nation divided on Mngoma’s actions. Some felt she was out of line for displaying such rage towards her former partner. Others, however, believed this was the karma Gigaba attracted with his alleged extramarital activities.
Alas, the matter is now in the hands of the justice system and Mngoma is on the fence, fighting crime injuria and malicious damage to property charges.
After a few months away from the media, Mngoma has returned to our screens and this time, she is not holding her tongue back about the shoddy movements of her ex-husband.
Watch: Norma tells all in new eNCA interview
On Thursday morning, eNCA released a short clip of an interview the ex-wife conducted with reporter Silindelo Masikane. In it, Mngoma was heard spilling the beans about the dealings her former husband allegedly had with the notorious Gupta family.
It’s been widely speculated that the former home affairs minister meddled, in some capacity, in state capture and it seems, the scorned Mngoma is ready to lift the lid on a political scandal that has threatened the lives of whistleblowers and culminated in the unsolved death of the alleged state coffer Gavin Watson.
Norma Mngoma, formerly Gigaba tells all about her marriage with former Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba. Catch the interview with @Sli_Masikane on Thursday, 17 December 6pm @enca DStv 403. pic.twitter.com/9grfbrzVRe— eNCA (@eNCA) December 16, 2020
The full interview will be broadcast on eNCA, channel 403 on DStv, on Thursday evening, at 18:00.