October 20, 2017
AG slams growing practice of “contesting” audit findings

AG slams growing practice of “contesting” audit findings

Oct, 19, 2017 News

The Auditor General of South Africa (AGSA), Kimi Makwethu, reported to Parliament this week that “contestation” is becoming an increasing problem. By this he meant that every year AGSA encounters more and more attempts by government departments and their related entities to interfere with the auditing process, even with personal threats and intimidation.

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DA reports more than R51bn wasted by government

DA reports more than R51bn wasted by government

Oct, 19, 2017 News

As this year’s annual report season draws to a close, the official opposition is reeling at the amount of irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure that has been incurred by government.

REGULAR Few answers to Parliament’s Questions

REGULAR Few answers to Parliament’s Questions

Oct, 19, 2017 Opinion

The number of firearms that have gone missing from SAPS provisions stores has skyrocketed from one in 2015/16 to 43 the following year.

Railway safety dominates NCOP Committee meeting

Railway safety dominates NCOP Committee meeting

Oct, 19, 2017 News

The issue of safety on trains eclipsed the Auditor General's reportback to the Select Committee on Economic and Business Development of the National Council of Provinces.

Committee questions legality of Gigaba’s SAA bailout

Committee questions legality of Gigaba’s SAA bailout

Oct, 19, 2017 News

The Chairperson of the Standing Committee on Finance, Yunus Carrim, wants the Auditor General to decide on the legality of the recent South African Airways (SAA) bailout.

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