AGSA's promotion of access to information manual

This manual contains descriptions of the structure, functions and services of the Auditor-General and the availability of its records as a public body in accordance with chapter 2, section 14 of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000) (Act No. 2 of 2000). Click below to download the manual :






Process of requesting for information
1. Please refer to the following items prior to submitting a request to AGSA:

  • Request must relate to information about AGSA or deemed to be held by AGSA.
  • Review the AGSA web site prior to submitting a request, as there is a considerable amount of information available on AGSA's web site and its different links which may satisfy your requirement.
  • Please note that this form is not meant for the following requests:
    • sponsorships,
    • donations,
    • funding,
    • recruitment, etc.

This is in line with the Act.

2. Any person has a right to request for correction or deletion of personal information or objection to the processing of personal information in terms of the  Protection of Personal Information ACT. In order to exercise your right in that regard you can click below to complete the necessary forms. 

For objection to the processing of Protection of Personal Information Act click here

To request for correction or destruction/deletion of record of Personal Information click here

3. Download the "Request for Access to Information" form, fill it in and send it to or

4. To download the PAIA form 3 Outcome of request and of fees payable click here

Contact information
Nkululo Nocha

Tel:(012) 426 8035


PAIA Guides

The purpose of this Guide is to provide information that is needed by any person who wishes to exercise any right contemplated in the Promotion of Access to Information Act of 2000 (PAIA) and Protection of Personal Information Act, 2013 (“POPIA”). Any person, irrespective of citizenship, can apply for access to information under PAIA. Click below to download the guides:





Notice in terms of Section 15 of the PAIA

This notice provides the categories of the descriptions of records that are automatically available without the requester having to request access thereto, in terms of .Section 15 (1) of PAIA and Regulation 4 of the regulations relating to PAIA of 2021. It is further required that the descriptions of records should be made available to the Information Regulator (South Africa), and made available for inspection at AGSA head office during working hours. Click here to download the Notice.