"As we speak‚ 21 out of 70 investigation reports since I assumed office are under review. I am defending 13 as a result of financial constraints‚" Mkhwebane said.
She said her decision to publish the details of the misdeeds may result in public pressure cajoling them to do the right thing.
"With all these powers we possess‚ we have to do this‚" Mkhwebane said.
Mkhwebane also mentioned a case finalised by her predecessor‚ Thuli Madonsela‚ in 2011 where remedial action had not been implemented.
Madonsela issued a report following complaints by the Vhembe Concerned Pensioners' Group. The report by Madonsela had found that the government had mishandled the privatisation of the Venda Pension Fund and that the complainants had been prejudiced due to the maladministration.