Did Norma hire hitmen to kill Malusi pornhub Gigaba? More trouble for Norma as case takes new twist


Was there an assassination plot against former finance minister and ANC youth league leader Malusi Gigaba?

That is the mystery the police are trying to uncover after information came to light that hitmen had been hired to kill him.

Gigaba reported the plot in May to the police and there is an active police investigation into the matter.

According to Citypress the hit was supposed to be executed during one of his visits to KZN.

After receiving the tip off, Gigaba changed his plans and started taking extra precautions. He then reported the matter to the police. When he opened the case in May Gigaba didn't mention any suspects. Soon after the Hawks visited Norma, they started reviewing the previous complaint about an alleged assassination plot.

"When Norma got the police with Malusi, the police then produced the statement of the assassination case, even though she was not taken in for the matter there was no suspect behind the plot to kill Malusi,"said the Insider.

Another mole close to the Gigaba family claimed that Malusi was living in fear.

"Things are bad in that household".

"Malusi is fearing foer his life. On top of that, things are messy in his marriage as he is dealing with the domestic issues."

This information come after a dramatic few weeks, which saw a Mercedes Benz G-Wagon belonging to Malusi's friend Peterson Siyaya badly damaged at the Gigaba's matrimonial home in Waterkloof Ridge in Pretoria. Siyaya had lent the vehicle to Gigaba.

Gigaba's wife Norma was arrested on Friday and taken to the Brooklyn Police Station, where she was kept until yesterday.

She was released on R5000 bail and ordered to appear in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court tomorrow.

She faces charges of malicious damage to property and crimen injuria.

The criminal cases were opened by her husband and Siyaya two weeks ago. Gigaba opened a case of malicious damage to property, while Siyaya laid a charge of crimen injuria.

On wednesday, the Hawks confisticated three electronic gadgets – A cellphone, a computer and a notebook – all belonging to Norma as part of their investigation.

Sourses close to the family revealed that the couples relationship has been hanging by a thread for some time.

"There is a bigger problem than these allegations of cheating levelled against Malusi. He is a broken man. The whole thing started two weeks ago when Malusi and Norma had differences at their house. Malusi called Peterson to tell him what had happened to the car and he went to the police and opened a case of malicious damage to property against his wife," the source said

"Peterson came to their house to understand why his car was damaged and Norma insulted him with unprintable insults.

"This is when Peterson decided to open a case against Norma after the parties had a discussion and agreed not to press on but the police investigation was already at an advanced stage.

Norma has since been released on R5000 bail and is set to appear in court.

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