Norma Gigaba’s case postponed


Gigaba made a brief appearance in the Hatfield Magistrates Court on charges of cromen injuria and malicious damage to property

The case against former Minister Malusi Gigaba’s wife, Norma Gigaba has been postponed to 14 September.

She appeared in the Hatfield Magistrate’s Court in Pretoria on Monday.

The Hawks arrested her on Friday.

The matter has now been transferred to the regional court because the alleged damage to property is over R100,000 and therefore prosecutable in the regional court.

According to Victor Nkwashu, her lawyer, she faces charges of malicious damage to property and crimen injuria.

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