The Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane and some DA faithfuls staged a march outside Treasury to hand a memorandum, calling for the resignation of Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba.
The protest follows several findings into state capture reports, that indicate the alleged involvement of Gigaba and the Gupta family into state matters.
Malusi Gigaba did defend himself any way. Gigaba told journalists that he has every right to be SA’s Finance Minister because he used to drive a taxi in Zimbabwe and he did accounting in high school.
”All that is required to do this job is a little bit of accounting and i did that in high school. I was not an ‘A’ student and i didn’t do it in University, but i used to count money a lot when i was a taxi driver. So no one can tell me anything about Finances.I know this job, that’s why i’m the Minister and i will never resign.” Gigaba said.