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INTOSAI determined to change the quality of life of citizens

‘The International Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI) firmly believes that good governance, transparency and accountability constitute an indispensable part of a democracy,’ says Mr Terence Nombembe, Auditor-General of South Africa. ‘The use of public resources needs to be closely monitored by citizens by holding responsible those elected to positions of power. But these representatives can only be held accountable if they, in turn, can hold accountable those who implement t...
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South Africa hosts second largest international organisation’s congress

(Historic gathering of the world’s public sector auditors will focus on environmental auditing,sustainable development, the value and benefits of supreme audit institutions) [Pretoria] About 600 international auditors-general, finance ministers, parliamentarians and delegates from around the world will gather in Johannesburg (Sandton) for the premier 20th International Congress of the International Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI) in November 2010.
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Auditor-General of South Africa receives yet another clean audit report

CAPE TOWN – The Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA) today tabled its annual report for the period 2009-10 to Parliament. The organisation obtained an unqualified audit opinion, yet another proof of the AGSA’s commitment to leading by example in the area of financial reporting, good governance and accountability within the public sector.
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