Court found the decision to confiscate Mrs Gigaba's cellphones and laptops was unlawful
By Rambado | self meida writer
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Last year, Noma was arrested for domestic violence, assault, malicious damage to property, and crimen injuria after her estranged husband opened a case against her. She accused him of cheating on her.
Thapelo Tshephe said the car that was vandalised by Noma was his. He told the media that he loaned the Mercedes Benz G-Class to the former minister because Gigaba was having car trouble.
The Pretoria high court has set aside Nomachule “Norma” Mngoma’s arrest and found the decision to confiscate her cellphones and laptops was unlawful, saying the Hawks had acted “with malice”.
Hawks spokesperson, Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi said that there was "an element of threat to the former minister's life in the nature of the offence".
Over the years, the couple, who tied the knot in 2014, have been surrounded by scandals which has many questioning their six-year-long union.This is according to his estranged wife, Norma Mngoma, who hung out the couple's dirty laundry during an interview with eNCA which aired on Thursday evening.
Mngoma revealed intimate details of how Gigaba’s wandering eye finally ended their six-year marriage.
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