It seems like we have been scammed. The whole country of South Africa could not see what the Mkhize family was doing and this was all because Dr Zweli Mkhize seemed to be a decent politician up until the Digital Vibes scandal.
So far, we have only been hearing about the former Minister of health and his son having benefited from the Digital vibes tender but it turns out that even the wife of Zweli Mkhize May Mkhize is also implicated. The good thing about money is that it can be easy traced when you don't cover your tracks carefully.
According to the latest report from the SIU, May Mkhize has been receiving money from companies that are linked to Digital Vibes. SIU want May Mkhize to pay back the amount equals to R2 million. The money is not justified. There is no reasonable reason why she received such money. We have been played by the Mkhize family. They all ensured that they got a piece of stake from that corruption money. Maybe it was a plan all along and we just never saw it coming.
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