Rorisang Kgosana
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7 Jul 2021
6:19 pm

Presidency will make SIU’s Digital Vibes report public once satisfied

Rorisang Kgosana

Transparency is integral, but sometimes sensitivity should be exercised based on the nature of information, the Presidency said.

President Cyril Ramaphosa and Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize, who is on special leave. Picture: Jacques Nelles

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) report into the deal between the health department and Digital Vibes will only be made public once all checks and balances have been satisfied, but the Presidency does intend to keep the public abreast on the matter, said Presidency spokesperson Tyrone Seale. The presidency is studying the SIU report on the controversial R150 million contract entered into between the health department and Digital Vibes following allegations the company is linked to close associates of health Minister Zweli Nkhize. Seale confirmed earlier this week that the Presidency had received the final report which is being studied....