Milo and Roux were very keen to join the work of fixing the various state entities within the department," Diko said.
"The department has taken a decision that it will not allow people who are employed and paid by the state to go rogue and undermine the authority of the state.
The department won't allow individuals to use institutions of government as fiefdom of corruption and embezzlement."
In this particular case, she made a public commitment in Parliament upon assumption of this responsibility, and has been progressively dealing with all aspects of corruption in the department," Diko said.
She said the department was proud of its work in rooting out corruption and promised the people of South Africa that it would stay on course until that is done.