"The seriousness of the deferred complaints, and the need for an effective investigation cannot be doubted. They concern allegations of financial mismanagement, procurement irregularities, improper expenditure amounting to billions of rands of public funds, and abuses of office by the most senior management at Prasa," it said.
"Mkhwebane did almost nothing to further the investigations. She did not obtain a single new piece of evidence. She interviewed only three new people, none of whom were implicated in the allegations, and appears not to have issued subpoenas.
"None of the whistleblower employees in Prasa, who had alleged intimidation and victimisation, were interviewed. No search and seizure operations were conducted.
"Further, the remedial action in the Prasa II report is wholly inappropriate and ineffective."