Zweli Mkhize fights back

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Zweli Mkhize is riding high since he left Cabinet. Photo Darren Steward
Zweli Mkhize is riding high since he left Cabinet. Photo Darren Steward

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Mkhize was forced to end his political career after the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) found that he, his family and close associates improperly benefited from an irregular tender. He now wants to clear his name ahead of the ANC’s elective conference by having the SIU’s findings against him set aside.

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