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Political investigator Dr Ralph Mathekga said on Wednesday, there was "no chance" Mkhize didn't have the foggiest idea what was happening. 

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) isn't withdrawing in the Digital Vibes adventure and says it will be contradicting previous wellbeing pastor Zweli Mkhize's approaching high court bid to upset the discoveries against him. 

Recently, Daily Maverick distributed a report on how Digital Vibes had scored millions from government contracts attached to the National Health Insurance and the Covid pandemic. 

The dark Stanger-based Digital Vibes is accepted to be constrained by Tahera Mather and Naadhira Mitha, both one-time associates to Mkhize. 

The SIU in June presented a report on the matter, along with a reference letter, to President Cyril Ramaphosa. 


It discovered Mkhize and his family had straightforwardly profited from the agreements, that he had lied about it and had fizzled in his oversight obligations. 

It suggested leader move be made against him. Mkhize, who has since surrendered, for this present month drew nearer 

the High Court in Johannesburg with an application to have these discoveries and suggestions audited and put away. 

Accordingly, the SIU on Wednesday said it would be contradicting the situation. Further, it would move forward with common procedures against Mkhize and different gatherings to survey and save the Digital Vibes contracts. 

Assuming Mkhize needed a stay, he would need to apply for one, which the SIU additionally demonstrated it would go against. 

In his establishing sworn statement, the shamed pastor made it plain the application needed to do just with the discoveries and suggestions identifying with him. 

"It shows up from proof assembled by the SIU that Digital Vibes' arrangement was to be sure polluted by inconsistencies," he surrendered. 

He demanded he was not the slightest bit included and separated himself from a few central members, Mather and Mitha, yet in addition his "viably irritated" child, Dedani, who supposedly got huge payoffs. 

Political examiner Dr Ralph Mathekga said on Wednesday, there was "no chance" Mkhize didn't have the foggiest idea what was happening. 

"This is uncouth defilement, it needs complexity," he said, adding the pastor's relationship with his child was immaterial. 

"It doesn't matter to us if they drink tea, actually which has been arranged by Digital Vibes requires the political head is considered dependable."

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