Gigaba

This is your quick wrap of three of the biggest news and politics stories of the week that was.
After a public outcry, Gigaba on Wednesday said he "erroneously" said Atul is not a South African citizen.
The imperatives of state capture and the domino effect of Zuma's serial reshuffles create instability and chaos in government and the result is clear.
Parliament's standing committee on finance will make its final decision on the use of PIC funds to aid ailing SOEs before the end of November.
PIC boss now playing the "fake news" card.
"We read about these things in the media," his deputy said.
Allegations of a plot to remove Dan Matjila are "unfounded, baseless and are causing unnecessary panic".
"The cranes that are being supplied to the ports from [Shanghai Zhenhua] are with Guptas. Ask Liebherr."
The current minister and her predecessor stayed away from interrogation by the people's representatives.
He says we are in a recession and it will take time for government's interventions to take effect.