As pressure mounts on Zweli Mkhize over a R150m communications tender awarded to an obscure company run by his associates, those close to the embattled health minister remained tight-lipped on Monday amid growing speculation about his future.

Mkhize is due to give a full account within the next few days after the scandal came closer to him personally with a report in the Daily Maverick that the company, Digital Vibes, had bought a luxury car for his son...

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