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Dali Mpofu Fires Salvo As Cyril Exposes Ally Involved In R150 Million Corrupt Scandal

Dali Mpofu has fired shots at president Cyril Ramaphosa following the release of Special Investigating Unit's Digital Vibes report which shows that one of the closest allies of Ramaphosa, Zweli Mkhize was at the centre of the corrupt tender.

Mpofu questions when will Ramaphosa also release his CR17 bank statements to the public.

"But when is cupcake releasing the CR17 Bosasa Vibes?" Mpofu inquired.

Source: https://twitter.com/AdvDali_Mpofu/status/1443226287720501256?s=19

Dali Mpofu is however not the one who takes swipe at Cyril Ramaphosa after releasing the SIU report on Digital Vibes.

Duduzile Zuma also said Ramaphosa did well by releasing the report, but he must also now release the CR17 bank statements to the public.

"All good and well on the release of #DigitalVibes Report…What about the release of #CR17BankStatements?" Duduzile Zuma said.

Source: https://twitter.com/DZumaSambudla/status/1443131685512663041?s=19

Corruption Watch has described the Special Investigating Unit's findings into the Digital Vibes investigation as outrageous.

Corruption Watch head of Legal and Investigations Karam Singh says there should be a strong push for accountability and prosecution after the report shows that at least eight government officials were involved in the scandal.

While many people want action taken against the eight government officials involved in the irregular tender, Special Investigating Unit spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago however said their investigations were continuing because they were now looking at new evidence that came to their attention after the report was given to President Cyril Ramaphosa.

"In fact, the SIU report makes it clear that its findings and recommendations could be amended. The SIU reserves the right to amend the findings and recommendations contained in this Report, should additional information and/or documentation come into its possession, or be presented to the SIU after the date of this report," he said.

After releasing the forensic report on grossly irregular contracts between the health department and Digital Vibes, Ramaphosa says the report's release in September after the document was finalised in June was to ensure that all checks and balances were completed.

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