There has been many controversial stories around Khusela Diko in relation to the covid19 PPE tenders. It was believed that she was involved in the PPE tender scandal that also implicated Bandile Masuku who was the MEC of health in Gauteng. The SIU investigated him and found that he did not do due delienve in terms of how those contract were approved.
He was suspended together with Khusela Diko even from the ANC as they were being investigated. Khusela Diko's late husband Thandisizwe Diko was one of the people who received a tender from the government which even made the matter worse for Khusela Diko.
On a new twist of event, the SIU investigations have now found out that Khusela Diko has received money from the infamous Digital Vibes. It is believed that she received around 1 million. This is a company of a close associate of former minister of health Zweli Mkhize. Mkhize found himself losing a job becuae it was found that he has benefited personally from the tender that was awarded to Digital Vibes and, the awardng of the tender was described as being unlawful.
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