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Concourt savages Teflon Dlamini in grants ruling
Concourt savages Teflon Dlamini in grants ruling
Social development minister Bathabile Dlamini on Friday offered her first apology for the social grants crisis she created, as the ANC almost...
Mpumalanga's health is failing - but it won't take its medicine
Mpumalanga's health is failing - but it won't take its medicine
The Mpumalanga department of health incurred nearly R2-billion in irregular expenditure in the 2014-2015 financial year – making up more than 80%...
Auditor general flags R25.7bn in irregular govt spending
Auditor general flags R25.7bn in irregular govt spending
There has been irregular expenditure of R25.7-billion across the country's national and provincial departments and public entities for the 2014-2015...
No clean audits for Free State municipalities
No clean audits for Free State municipalities
Not a single Free State municipality achieved a clean audit last year, partly because 39% of chief financial officers were deemed incompetent,...
Tender traps: How state employees are cashing in
Tender traps: How state employees are cashing in
It may be bending the rules, but municipal employees have significant interests in businesses that win government tenders....
Clean audits for just 9% of SA's municipalities
Clean audits for just 9% of SA's municipalities
Auditor general Kimi Makwetu has highlighted systemic problems with supply chain management as a recurring problem in municipalities, although the...
First female deputy auditor general appointed
First female deputy auditor general appointed
Government bodies wasted R2bn last year, says AG
Government bodies wasted R2bn last year, says AG
Government entities racked up more than R2-billion in wasteful expenditure in the past financial year and incurred another R26.4-billion in irregular spending, auditor...
Mothotlung: Much more wrong than one broken water pipe
Mothotlung: Much more wrong than one broken water pipe
The Madibeng municipality, under which Mothotlung falls, resembles more the beginnings of a town than one that has deteriorated. Most roads...
Government shows slight improvement in AG report
Government shows slight improvement in AG report
A "pattern of positive outcomes" in government spending and accounting is beginning to emerge, but the improvements are slight, and...
Parliament showers outgoing AG Nombembe with praise
Parliament showers outgoing AG Nombembe with praise
Outgoing auditor general Terence Nombembe, who was a guest of honour at a farewell function hosted by Parliament, hinted that he would like to play...
AG finds R12bn outstanding in Gauteng health department
AG finds R12bn outstanding in Gauteng health department
This emerged when auditor general Terence Nombembe tabled the outcomes of his audit of the department for the 2012/2013 financial year, according...

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