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Public Demands That Cyril Ramaphosa Fires Dr Zweli Mkhize With Immediate Effect

Johannesburg - As more claims against Health Minister Zweli Mkhize surface around the disputable multi-million Rand Digital Vibes correspondences delicate, ideological groups are requiring his head. 

Yet, President Cyril Ramaphosa said he is hanging tight for the finish of the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) report. 

Mkhize this week yielded that the R150 million agreement was sporadic, however guaranteed that he had not actually profited by it. He said he didn't pronounce any irreconcilable situation since he didn't accept there was one. 

In the most recent wind it has been accounted for that Digital Vibes purportedly made at any rate two installments to a project worker for support and fix work at a Johannesburg property claimed by Mkhize's ZLM Trust. 

Adapt said on Saturday that Ramaphosa should not utilize the SIU examination as a postpone strategy. 

"It is totally unsatisfactory and wrong that Ramaphosa should consistently take cover behind the SIU examinations or some other commission to make a move against bad behavior. 

"This time it is on genuine charges against Mkhize associated with delicate anomalies at the Health Department. Once more, the president says he will hang tight for the SIU last examinations report," said COPE public representative Dennis Bloem.. 

Bloem said the most recent charges against Mkhize are condemning and he can't be permitted to keep functioning as a priest with accursing claims over his head and that he ought to be terminated promptly as his standing and trustworthiness were currently sketchy. 

"We reject the thought of what Mkhize called 'charges of sporadic and pointless consumption on the agreement of Digital Vibes'. It is light debasement and truth be told criminal accusations should be laid against all who are included. 

"Adapt emphasizes our call to Ramaphosa to fire Mkhize and exhibit to the country that he is not kidding about battling debasement. We won't become weary of battling against defilement. We won't rest until we see every one of the bad cheats in jail," said Bloem. 

Previous Nelson Mandela Bay city councilor, Andile Lungisa says there is an organized ploy against Mkhize and he is prepared to shield him. 

"Everybody in South Africa is content with the work done by the clergyman particularly now during the pandemic, however as of late with all the immunization discusses, we witness the media which is possessed by the White Monopoly Capital is currently assaulting the priest day by day. We should not permit assaults on the clergyman, I generally side with the frail," said Lungisa in a TV meet.

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