Family ties have really troubled South African politicians over the years, the issue of conflict of interest regarding politicians has been their achilles heel, virtually no politician in the country has escaped the scrutiny which comes when their family members find ways to cash in on the relationship they have with that particular public representative.
Cabinet members have been reshuffled by President Cyril Ramaphosa. Following a press conference on the reshuffled cabinet on Thursday evening, the president announced the new cabinet posts. Just few hours after president announced that there will be a cabinet reshuffle in few hours, Dr. Zweli Mkhize publicly stepped aside as the nation's health minister.
PHOTO: News24 President Cyril Ramaphosa has moved with automatic alacrity to ensure there remains no vacancy in his cabinet by appointing an interim Health Minister. This comes in the wake of Dr Zwelini Mkhize's confirmation earlier today that he will be taking a special leave pending the Special Investigating Unit's investigation into his allegations linking him with the controversial R150 million tender which was irregularly awarded to underfire company Digital Vibes.
Subsequent to declaring that he will go to court to look for a legal audit on the Special Investigating Unit's report which ensnared him in bad behavior, previous wellbeing pastor, Dr Zwelini Mkhize is probably going to uncover himself significantly more after the SIU took a cognizant choice to go against his application at the Johannesburg High Court.
Tembisa in Gauteng, South Africa - Dr. Zwelini Mkhize, South Africa's State health Department beginning 30 May 2019, seem to be focused with disregarding the health care system, which South Africans are concerned about this on a constant schedule. Mzanzi is once again protesting the existence of foreigners in South African hospitals.
PHOTO: News24 The Corruption busting machinery which President Cyril Ramaphosa has put in the place both inside the ANC and the state is seemingly performing its job at a full canter. Gone are the days when high-profile ministers would loot resources of the country without facing consequences, and the recent developments across the length and breadth of the country in so far as the fight against corruption is concerned leaves one with hope that South Africa is heading in the right direction in its fight against the cancerous disease that is corruption.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has recently announced the changes of the National Executive with the aim of improving the government capacity. He made these changes on the on Thursday 05 August at 21:00pm. Below it is a summary of the changes made. Breaking news is that the minister of finance Tito Mboweni has resigned from the cabin, and President Cyril Ramaphosa has finally accepted his long standing resignation.
After announcing that he will go to court to seek a judicial review on the Special Investigating Unit's report which implicated him in wrongdoing, former health minister, Dr Zwelini Mkhize is likely to expose himself even more after the SIU took a conscious decision to oppose his application at the Johannesburg High Court.
Family ties have truly disturbed South African government officials throughout the long term, the issue of irreconcilable circumstance in regards to lawmakers has been their weak spot, basically no legislator in the nation has gotten away from the investigation which comes when their relatives discover approaches to take advantage of the relationship they have with that specific public delegate.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has supplanted the heads of different government offices. Following a question and answer session Thursday evening to declare the recently reshuffled bureau, the president openly revealed the new division positions. After only a couple hours, South African President Jacob Zuma said that a bureau reshuffle planned to happen in the following not many hours, and Dr. Zweli Mkhize ventured down as the country's wellbeing priest.
Family ties have truly pained South African legislators throughout the long term, the issue of irreconcilable situation in regards to government officials has been their fatal flaw, for all intents and purposes no lawmaker in the nation has gotten away from the investigation which comes when their relatives discover ways of capitalizing on the relationship they have with that specific public delegate.
Once powerful ANC politician and former health minister, Dr Zwelini Mkhize has effectively thrown his son, Dedani under the bus in his court papers pertaining to his application for judicial review of the Special Investigating Unit's damning report, it details his involvement in the discredited Digital Vibes tender worth almost R150-million.
Over the years, South African politicians have struggled with family ties, and the issue of conflict of interest has been their Achilles heel. Almost no politician in the country has escaped the scrutiny that comes when family members find ways to profit from their relationship with that particular public representative.
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Thursday 05 August 202, The new ministerial position and the reorganization of the state administration. " After receiving the request from Minister Zwelini Mkhize, another A vacancy appeared, which allowed him to resign as Minister of Health in order to bring certainty and stability to this important position.
Dr Zwelini Mkhize - former minister of Health Ahead of the looming cabinet reshuffle by the incumbent President Cyril Ramaphosa, the suspended Minister of Health, Dr Zwelini Mkhize has reportedly tendered his resignation. Dr Mkhize was given leave pending investigations of a tender awarded to Digital Vibes and the SIU has since concluded the report and sent it to the President.
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Johannesburg-The Integrity Committee of the African National Congress wants Minister of Health Zveli Mhize to appear before him to answer questions about his involvement in awarding 100 rand and 50 million lungs to the useful resource employer Digital Vibes The allegations, the company wrote to Mkhize two weeks ago.
Following damning allegations against Health Minister Dr Zwelini Mkhize relating to corruption in his department, President Cyril Ramaphosa has finally broken his silence on the matter. PHOTO: News24 Ramaphosa has faced immense pressure from various sectors of society to deal with Dr Mkhize, this after the minister admitted that a tender worth in the tune of R150-million was irregularly awarded to underfire company digital vibes (the companies co-directors previously worked with the minister.)
President Cyril Ramaphosa has moved with computerized alacrity to make sure there stays no emptiness in his cupboard with the aid of appointing an intervening time fitness Minister. This comes within the wake of Dr Zwelini Mkhize's confirmation earlier these days that he might be taking a special depart pending the special Investigating Unit's research into his allegations linking him with the controversial R150 million gentle which became irregularly awarded to underfire organisation virtual Vibes.
CAPE TOWN - Parliament’s health committee has heard that Minister Zweli Mkhize cannot not rely on the sub judice rule to avoid discussing the Digital Vibes contract in Parliament. The parliamentary health committee heard that Minister Zveli Mkhize cannot stop relying on sub-state rules to avoid a discussion of the digital resonance agreement in parliament.
Following damning allegations against Health Minister Dr Zwelini Mkhize relating to alleged kickbacks his family received from Digital Vibes a company which was awarded a PPE tender to the tune of R150-million, there is even more evidence emerging. Image: News24 According to a newly-released investigative report by the Daily Maverick, apart from paying for the renovation of one of the Ministers' properties, Digital Vibes also allegedly paid for a 2003 Toyota Land Cruiser for his son, Dedani Mkhize.