The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) says Health Minister Zweli Mkhize’s son Dedani does not seem to understand what processes it follows in compiling reports related to alleged corruption.

This comes after Dedani Mkhize complained that the unit should have served him with papers before it went to the Special Tribunal.

It has emerged that he allegedly collected boxes and parcels stuffed with cash from one of the key figures in the R150 million Department of Health corruption saga involving communications firm Digital Vibes.

According to new documents the the unit has filed at the Special Tribunal, Mkhize repeatedly met with Digital Vibes director Radha Hariram at a fuel station in Stanger in KwaZulu-Natal, where he allegedly collected cash directly linked to the department’s contract.

The unit’s spokesperson Kaizer Kganyago says Mkhize needs to understand their processes before he complains.

SIU rejects Dedani Mkhize’s allegations of bias and lack of impartiality: