According to the report, the Department of Health recorded 32.9% of the total cases received.
Nkopane said the top five category of cases reported for investigation involved procurement irregularities, fraud, human resources irregularities, mismanagement of funds and corruption.
Makhura said despite the setbacks such as Covid-19 corruption and the murder of whistle-blowers, the provincial government would not retreat in the fight against corruption.
He said 82.1% of all recommendations coming from different forensic investigations were either fully implemented or being implemented, while 17.9% were lagging behind.
“There are 147 criminal cases opened, 69 civil claims lodged, 517 disciplinary processes instituted and R616m being recovered,” he said.
He said the office was working with the Public Service Commission, SIU, public protector, Asset Forfeiture Unit, commercial crimes unit and the auditor-general to fight corruption and build an ethical public service.