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Celebrities 10.5.2017 02:34 pm

Norma announces suit giveaway on Instagram amid ex-side chick storm

Norma Gigaba. Image: Instagram

Norma Gigaba. Image: Instagram

Norma Gigaba appears unfazed by the latest scandal around her and her husband.

On Instagram, Norma is as happy as ever, posting snaps of herself smiling and socialising with friends at a tea party.

Shortly after New York-based stylist Buhle Mkhize took to Twitter to air more details about the affair she had with Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba, tweeting lengthy statements about their 2014 dalliance that lasted for a year – Norma posted a selfie of herself grinning.

Today, she announced she was giving away her favourite suit to a deserving student on Instagram.

READ MORE: Gigaba’s ex-nyatsi Buhle Mkhize hits back at Norma, calls him a ‘very black frog’ 

In a TV interview with eNCA that aired on Sunday morning, Norma gave a wide-ranging interview that included her thoughts on the cheating scandal Malusi was involved in with Mkhize. She said it was a tough time they had managed to overcome, mainly because she ‘analysed’ the situation and looked at what the intentions of the person was who exposed the affair.

Norma also said she hadn’t responded at first because she didn’t want to fuel the fire, and that while some called her ‘ratchet’ for calling Mkhize a ‘prostitute’, she stood by her words and would say it all over again if she had to.

Mkhize then released a string of tweets, alleging Malusi had given her R1 million. She threatened to speak out about a private jet that was apparently chartered by the Guptas.

“Stop her from ever bringing this up again or they’ll hear about December 18. You know me and documenting, I don’t slip,” she tweeted to Malusi directly.

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