Dr Zweli Mkhize has definitely fallen off the grace, he has been stripped naked in full view of the nation, his political peers and the private corporation. Zweli Mkhize stands accused of stealing millions from the government and enjoying with his family and friends. Mkhize who is no longer in the cabinet has been keeping a very low profile but is still in parliament.
His son, who is a farmer has been implicated and now Mkhize's wife, May Mkhize, she has allegedly received almost two million rands.
Mkhize's Wife, Dr May Mkhize involved in a Shocking Scandal,
Nearly R2-million siphoned from the Department of Health’s Digital Vibes contract found its way to the state-owned Ithala Development Finance Corporation to help repay a loan for a farm owned by former health minister Zweli Mkhize’s wife. This and other new findings raise the total for the Mkhize family’s allegedly corrupt stake in the contract to nearly R9-million.
These latest revelations, coupled with our earlier exposés and the SIU’s own findings regarding payments to the former minister and his family, bring to R8.7-million the total of the Mkhizes’ alleged stake in the Digital Vibes deal.
This includes R3.4-million in cash payments Dedani Mkhize allegedly collected from recipients of some of the proceeds from the contract, according to the SIU’s filings.
Speaking through the attorney representing him at the Special Tribunal, Dedani Mkhize strongly denied that he had received any such cash payments.
“These allegations are untrue and this will be proven in due course through a court process and not newspapers,” said the attorney.
She is a Board Member of the South African Women Entrepreneurs’ Network, as well as the Targeted Aids Intervention, and is a trustee of the Batho Batho Trust.
Dr May Mkhize Mashego was born in Eastern Transvaal in South Africa in 1956 and worked in a HIV wellness clinic in Vulindela in KwaZulu-Natal.
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