According to Samkelo Maseko, a journalist, Mngoma has revealed that Malusi gave her a credit card that had a limit of R100 000 a month, that it is false that he only gave her a debit card with a R3000 limit, saying that he knows she cannot live on R3000 a month.
Revealing his luxurious life, Mngoma states that Gigaba has more than 200 suits that are neatly packed at home and some are stashed in a storage. She then talks about Gigaba's sister, saying that she had troubles with the Credit Bureau, and that is when Gigaba told Mngoma that he would speak to the Guptas to help raise money for his sister, but they were only willing to donate half.
A few weeks later when she asked how it was going with removing his sister from the Credit Bureau, Gigaba told her that removing a bad record from the bureau was not easy, and that is when his sister moved in with them and was given R20 000-R30 000 by Gigaba so she could buy herself whatever she needed.
His sister grew tired of working at SAHARA Computers as she was a doctor. She did not resign from the job, she just decided to pack her belongings at night and left within four months.
She then exposed Gigaba's father, says that he is unemployed but managed to build a house. His sister also lived on R2000 but managed to build a house.
Speaking of the Guptas, Mngoma says Ajay demonstrated a machine that looked like an ATM but was not really an ATM, and they were all left fascinated by it, including Gigaba.
She states that in their matrimonial home, she was the one who paid for everything, and that Malusi did not pay for anything as it was paid for by the state. She says that he is the only person who did not hsve a vehicle in the ten years she had been with him.
Regarding the inappropriate video of Malusi that was leaked, Mngoma claims that he told her that obe of the ANC top 6 leaked it, and the same person wanted President Cyril Ramaphosa to fire him.
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