JOHANNESBURG - The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) said that it had presented the names of 18 individuals connected to the Digital Vibes adventure for criminal indictment two months prior however will not surge the Hawks or National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to make captures.
The SIU tracked down that Digital Vibes scored an agreement with the public Health Department through sporadic acquirement techniques. In certain cases, authorities controlled the framework and misled public Treasury.
The June report, which just became exposed on Wednesday, additionally tracked down that previous Health Minister Zweli Mkhize lied, had an absence of oversight and his family, also relates benefited, from cash implied for the COVID-19 interchanges programs.
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The SIU report plainly expresses that Mkhize affirmed that his child, Dedani, gathered a few boxes of money from Digital Vibes.
The report said that this straightforwardly connected the Mkhize family to having gotten benefits from Digital Vibes chief, Tahera Mather.
Does this mean they could be among the gathering alluded for criminal accusations?
The SIU's Kaizer Kganyago can't uncover any names: "Anyone can peruse the report, it is public yet let us not say naythig about individuals' names now."
The SIU's report just referenced that the Health Department's Anban Pillay ought to be criminally charged for extortion however that was before the SIU gathered more proof against the other people who are ensnared.
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