South African Parliament’s joint committee on ethics and members’ interests has cleared former health minister Zweli Mkhize of allegedly benefitting from the irregular Digital Vibes tender, saying that he did not breach the ethics code by not disclosing the benefit he received. News24 reports that the Special Investigating Unit argued that the R150 million Digital Vibes contract was a money-laundering scheme designed to siphon funds to Mkhize’s family, while also shielding the family from accountability. But the committee held that Mkhize could not be held liable for the alleged benefit received by his son.