Meet Dr May Mashego is the wife of one time Kwazulu Premier and now the Health Minister, Dr Zweli Mkhize. She is a Board Member of the South African Women Entrepreneurs’ Network, as well as the Targeted Aids Intervention, and is a trustee of the Batho Batho Trust.
Dr. May Mkhize Mashego
|Birth Place||Eastern Transvaal, South Africa|
|Husband||Dr Zweli Mkhize|
|Age||Born 1956 Age 63|
When Was Dr May Mkhize Mashego Born
Dr May Mkhize Mashego was born in Eastern Transvaal in South Africa in 1956 and worked in a HIV wellness clinic in Vulindela in KwaZulu-Natal.
Education & Career
Dr May Mashego studied at Dlangezwa High School in Richards Bay and holds a University degree in both Medicine and Surgery .
Her previous appointments where as a Provincial Chair for the National Progressive Primary Health Care Network and Chief Medical Officer EDH Paediatrics South Africa.
At the moment she is a Board Member of the South African Women Entrepreneurs’ Network, as well as the Targeted Aids Intervention, and a trustee of the Batho Batho Trust. She is currently self-employed as a Farmer of sugar cane and livestock. She holds degrees in Medicine and Surgery.
Relationship And Marriage
Dr May Mkhize Mashego is married to Dr Zweli Mkhize a South African doctor who at one time was a legislator and politician but currently serves a Minister of Health and also he was once the Treasurer-General of the African National Congress between 2012 and 2017.
Few Things You Need To Know About Dr May Mashego
Dr May in 2015 had a passion for community and her passion was significant during her term as council Memeber of the PMB & District Community Chest in 2015 and 2017.
In 2011 Dr May Mashego-Mkhize was alleged to have been involved in fraudulent and money embellishment who was a co- director of a company, Mantombazane Holdings, which benefited from a multi-million-rand “smart meter” contract awarded to Unique Mban in 2011 as alleged and reported by one former Msunduzi deputy mayor Mervyn Dirks.
Dr Zweli Mkhize’s husband Dr Zweli Mkhize has been embroiled in more than one kickback scandal, the most recent being allegations made in June 2018 that he was involved in a R4.5m kickback involving the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), as reported by the Sunday Times.