Mchunu, who announced his retirement from government, said in his State of the Province Address on Wednesday that he would no longer accept any government deployments, although he would continue to serve the ANC.
He said the government had plans to implement recommendations of the Moerane Commission, which he had commissioned to investigate political killings in the province.
He hoped that new government leadership would deal with money that allegedly went missing from the provincial Department of Agriculture’s disaster funds.
“The money that is alleged to be missing comes from the national government. There is no R220million that comes from the provincial government. We cannot investigate matters that come from another structure of government unless we have agreement with that sphere of government,” he said.