Despite South African Health Minister Zweli Mkhize’s denial that he benefitted from a R150 million health department contract awarded to Digital Vibes, the Daily Maverick reports that the company settled invoices for maintenance work on a property owned by his family trust and transferred at least R300,000 to a company owned by his son. While Mkhize’s wife, Dr. May Mkhize, said she was “shocked, to say the least, how maintenance of a family property would be linked to this irregular contract”, it seems highly probable, the newspaper says, that the payments from Digital Vibes to the electrical contractor and to Dedani Mkhize’s company were directly linked to the DoH contract.