In court papers documented on 14 October in the High Court in Johannesburg, the previous Health Minister said the SIU moved toward the matter with a foreordained result against him
JOHANNESBURG - Former Health Minister Zweli Mkhize needs the Special Investigating Unit's (SIU) discoveries into the Digital Vibes sporadic delicate put away
In court papers recorded on 14 October in the High Court in Johannesburg, Mkhize said the SIU moved toward the matter with a foreordained result against him
The clergyman's nearby partners profited from the delicate which was granted to an organization called Digital Vibes fronting for their benefit.
The clergyman's family was found to have likewise profited from the multimillion rand contract.
Mkhize said the discoveries, ends and suggestions of the SIU had huge individual ramifications for him, including the privileges of his standing, his work as a community worker just as his political vocation.
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