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Lawyers acting on behalf of former health minister Zweli Mkhize have accused the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) of using delaying tactics in the ongoing Digital Vibes probe.

This is as Mkhize, who is tipped to contest Cyril Ramaphosa  for the ANC presidency at the party’s national conference in December, is in a rush against the clock to clear his name before nominations for the ANC’s top leadership position officially open in August...

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