Gauteng Provincial Government spokesperson Thabo Masebe confirmed that Qedani Mahlangu is set to appear before the arbitration.
Hawks spokesperson confirmed working closely with the NPA but cannot disclose cases it is working on until people are charged.
Schools opened on Wednesday to a smooth start but 11 000 learners still to be placed in the Western Cape.
Lord Peter Hain accuses Hogan Lovells of aiding state capture in South African and referred it to Solicitors Regulation Authority.
The school has started implementing its short-terms goals, tabled with the help of parents, staff and learners.
Parents are concerned about Felix Sports no returns, no refunds and no exchanges policy.
Metrorail senior management and the union representing staff agreed to resume services but ongoing vandalism stalls process.
AfriForum says it has laid criminal charges against the EFF's Malema, Ndlozi and Shivambu for incitement to commit violent crimes.
Corruption Watch David Lewis says the McKinsey and Trillian preservation order should be followed up with prosecutions.