Gigaba dangerous with self-confidence

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Gigaba dangerous with self-confidence
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There are few people in the world as dangerous as someone who is full of self-confidence, but in reality, does not have an idea what he does. Malusi Gigaba is exactly the same, said Adv. Anton Alberts of FF+.

Adv. Alberts said the new and inexperienced finance minister, Malusi Gigaba’s lack of judgment, clearly shows that he has taken the supposed nationalization professor Chris Malikane as an adviser to America to talk to investors and Moody’s about South Africa’s economic future.

Adv. Alberts said, in particular, Moody’s would take note of Malikane’s views as well as President Jacob Zuma’s own plea for the expropriation of property without compensation.

“Against this background, Moody’s and other investors would have Gigaba’s assurance that economic and fiscal policies will remain the same as previous finance minister, Gordhan’s, would be viewed simply as a dishonest duplication.”

“The fact is that the inexperienced yet confident Gigaba cannot understand that they see right through him. Therefore, Gigaba, his professor and their president will personally have to take responsibility if the final credit downgrade occurs.”

“Everyone who loses his job, everyone who is hungry, whoever is homeless, anyone who is in any way harmed, will have to claim the heads of Zuma, Gigaba, and Malikane. The revolution is still coming, and it will turn against those who created it,” said Adv. Alberts.

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