Public Protector Thuli Madonsela is keeping mum on the possible arrest of former ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema.
Malema has confirmed receiving the public protector's provisional report into allegations of corruption against him.
Media reports suggest the Hawks are ready to charge and arrest Malema on corruption and fraud.
Malema is likely to face fraud and corruption charges linked to the influencing of tender awarding in Limpopo, and possibly for outstanding tax liabilities with the South African Revenue Service (Sars).
Speaking on the Keino Kammies Breakfast Show on Tuesday, Madonsela said she was not at liberty to discuss any findings at this stage.
"We have a provisional report on one department in Limpopo, on one contract which was awarded to a company called On-Point (Engineering). I cannot discuss provisional findings. We will only be able to say what we found when we release the report."
Madonsela said the release date of the report is also not known yet.
"It should be out between the next week or so."
Malema’s Ratanang Family Trust has shares in On-Point, a company said to owe almost R15-million in unpaid taxes.
On-point Engineering was appointed by the Limpopo government to administer part of a multi-billion rand budget on the province’s roads.
Meanwhile, Malema says he is ready to be arrested as he has done nothing wrong. He believes the allegations against him are political.