It's game over for Dr. Zweli Mkhize now.
The Digital Vibrations Saga appears to be far from over.. Digital vibes' narrative is more complex than first appears. Unfairly awarded R150 million by the health department to a corporation.
The accord that led to the resignation of the former minister.
In the end, Mkhize may have to pay for this saga all over again.
Mkhize's presidential aspirations may have received a financial boost, according to a source.
Alleged former allies are eager to testify against him according to the most recent events.
An affidavit is alleged to have been drafted that links Mkhize to the R150 million deal.
In order to help Mkhize achieve his goal of becoming ANC President at this year's national elective conference, which is likely to take place this year, R20 million has reportedly been set aside for his campaign.
Preparing for a conference, it is assumed that the money was used for this purpose.
Both Mitha and Mather, according to a reliable source, are currently in witness protection while the investigation continues.
According to SIU's Digital Vibes report, the duo will not be disputing the findings. In Mhkhize's view, a review of the Pretoria high court's report is necessary.
Dedani's apparent involvement in the affair led to the resignation of the former Minister, who was recently cleared by Parliament's Executive Ethics Committee. He felt a sense of relief as a result. But it's going to be intriguing to see how he responds to this new threat.
Their sources say they're willing to reveal that Mkhize's authorisation allowed for a payment to be made to his son.
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Source:Sunday world latest edition https://twitter.com/SundayWorldZA/status/1523010210268258304?s=19 https://www.pressreader.com/south-africa/sunday-world-8839/20220508/28154370450923
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