HeartBreaking| Dr. Zweli Mkhize’s Case Takes An Unpredicted Twist
Dr. Zweli Mkhize is in big trouble this comes after the D.A makes comments on his long-overdue case of Digital vibes where he is accused of misallocating more than R150 Million Rands, some of the money bought his son a Bakkie which was used on their private affairs mostly on their Kwa Zulu Natal farm operations.
His assistant also received a couple of millions in the process and made it look like he was the one that got the digital vibes contract whereas it was supposed to be bided by the public and the most qualifying was supposed to get it.
This information is super heartbreaking on Dr. Zweli Mkhize’s side because he is supposed to be one of the coolest politicians who was always informing us about diseases and viruses that we should be aware of, this was very much unpredicted that a man like him could be falling off like this where could have been next in line to become the president of the country.
This shows that were as human being are born greedy, as soon as we find means to take care of ourselves, we just end up wanting more and we forget about the times when we had nothing and we forget to be grateful, now he is about to lose it all because of his greed.
He was put on leave by president Cyril Ramaphosa so they can investigate further with the SIU (Special Investigation Unit) where they will go into his bank accounts, and the accounts of everyone around him so get to the bottom of this, so if he indeed steal money from the government he will pay the maximum price, in not they will give him an apology and reinstate him back to be the minister of health.
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