Welcome to the AGSA stakeholder information

 

We recognise that our constitutional mandate needs to be widely understood as a key instrument to facilitating good governance. We foster this understanding by building sustainable stakeholder relationships, providing clarity on various aspects of our work and simplifying high-impact messages. We created this platform as part of our visibility strategy to provide our stakeholders with easy-to-follow information that opens a window to understanding our mandate and key audit concepts.

 

Citizens Report PFMA 2019-20

 

Dear fellow citizen


This is a report to you, as a citizen of South Africa, from the Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA).

The AGSA is the auditor of government and the purpose of this report is to share the insights we gained from our national and provincial audits in the 2019-20 financial year, when the budget for these two spheres of government totalled R1,7 trillion.

This money was collected from taxpayers and it was intended for programmes that improve the quality of life of citizens and support the most vulnerable members of our community. As such, it is in every citizen’s best interest to know how responsibly the money was spent.

 

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What is a resolved material irregularity (MI)



AG on the importance of addressing root causes

 

What does the PFMA audit cycle refer to?

 

Irregular expenditure (IE) Vs material irregularity (MI)

 

AG clarifying the issue of clean audit...

 

Irregular expenditure

 

The Enhanced Powers of the Auditor-General of South Africa

 

How does an entity reach a clean audit opinion

 

Million bags of million rand