With the sexual scandal still hanging, embattled home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba has been implicated in another massive finnacial scandal

Eskom preliminary inquiry report which has reportedly implicated former minister Lynne Brown and Malusi Gigaba.

The duo of Brown and Gigaba, who were both former public enterprises ministers, were among those named that could face criminal investigation based on the report.

44 people and 25 companies, including senior staff from McKinsey and KPMG.

However, the draft preliminary report has yet to be adopted by the public enterprises committee, and must still be sent to those implicated for comment, Rantho said.

“The people that are being implicated in the report have not received the report yet. They have to get the report. The report has not been adopted by the committee.”

It is still early to suggest what will become of the already embattled home affairs minister who currently has a handful to deal with.