Zukiswa Rantho says these omissions could endanger recommendations that those involved in state prisoners should be faced with a criminal investigation.
FILE: According to "Business Day," the interim report recommends that 44 people, including Maluma Gigabo's Interior Minister and former Lynne Brown Public Affairs Minister, face criminal investigations. Image: Thomas Holder / EWN
CAPE TOWN – Eskom Parliament Speaker Zukiswa Rantho said the parliamentary parliamentary committee for public companies was embarrassed and disappointed to have provided interim reports on the findings and recommendations of the investigation.
He says that such omissions could endanger recommendations that those involved in the state should face a criminal investigation.
According to Work day, the provisional report recommends that 44 people, including Interior Minister Malusi Gigab and former Lynne Brown Public Affairs Minister, face criminal investigations.
Rantho says he will report the parliamentary expiration.
The committee spent five months probing officials, whistleblowers, and politicians, but just completed its investigation report.
Rantho says the report contains sensitive data and she does not want to be drawn to her content.
According to Work day25 suggestions on dirty jobs 25 companies.
But Rantho says the board for public companies has not yet offered those who had the opportunity to respond to the findings against them.
"We have recommendations of people who need to be investigated further criminal, but now I do not know how to be affected if that happened."
Rantho says he hopes the board could adopt a draft report this week.
(Edited by Thapelo Lekabe)