JOHANNESBURG - There are calls for President Cyril Ramaphosa to rapidly circle back to the censuring revelations contained in the long awaited report into the Digital Vibes humiliation.
Ramaphosa endorsed the circulating of the keep going SIU report on Wednesday morning - two months after he got it.
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It nuances how the past pastor and his family benefitted from the Digital Vibes loot.
The SIU said it got a letter from Mkhize in May wherein experts were instructed that the past priest analyzed his youngster concerning his relationship with Tahera Mather.
However, these undertakings were simply made after he recently told individuals overall during a planning that neither he nor his kid benefitted from the automated streams contract.
Mkhize let the SIU in on that his kid surrendered to him that he got gifts from Mather and that this had been proceeding for a serious long time.
The report communicates that it was an "peculiarly exceptionally cozy relationship".
One more staggering exposure is that the report found that the prosperity division's agent boss general by then, Anban Pillay, was one of - if not the essential performer inside the workplace attempting to capriciously choose Mather as an inferred correspondence ace expert in July 2019.
The SIU recommends criminal allegations be pursued against Pillay.
SIU report into Digital Vib... by Primedia Broadcasting
In the meantime, Congress of the People has faulted the president for restricting strain to convey the report to "load up beat" a part of its disclosures.
The party's Dennis Bloem said it was time law approval connected.
"We demand that all of those fingered in this report ought to be instantly criminally charged. From the past Minister of Health to the most insignificant expert in the division. We are looking at the law execution workplaces to act."
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