Retired deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke will release the Life Esidimeni Arbitration report on Friday.
Last month, the state, Solidarity and Section27 agreed that the families of the mentally-ill patients who died should be compensated.
The proposed compensation was R200,000, which would cover funeral costs and claims for emotional shock.
Section27 also wanted R1,5-million for constitutional damages.
Moseneke is expected to announce his decision on how the families should be compensated.
More than 180 mentally psychiatric patients died in Gauteng after they were moved to ill-equipped NGOs.
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