Minister Malusi Gigaba spent almost half a million Rands of taxpayers’ money on pe_nis enlargement pills and creams, report reveals

Despite calls by Treasury for ministers to watch their spending of public money, it has emerged that more than R7 million has been spent on luxury travel for their spouses and children.
Among the biggest spenders were ministers Nhlanhla Nene and Malusi Gigaba.

The details are contained in a report that was presented to parliamentary this week.

Among other things, the report reveals that Gigaba spent R465k on Pe_nis enlargement pills and creams while in Thailand.
When Cabinet ministers travel, taxpayers are coughing up millions to ensure that their spouses and children enjoy the same business class flights and are fed fine food.

Gigaba is still to answer how he ended up spending so much money on these pills and creams.
The DA asked Gigaba if his Pe_nis is ‘that small or he just wants to have an elephant trunk in his pants’, to which he answered ‘both’.
The report also states that nearly R2 million alone was spent on three ministers’ spouses for thirteen trips between 2014 and April this year.
Nearly half a million rand was spent on Nhlanhla Nene’s wife during his first tenure as Finance Minister and a further R124,000 has been spent since his reappointment.