Clean audit for Ugu tourism

2015-05-21 06:00
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Proud to receive a clean audit South Coast Tourism staff (from left) Vanessa Gounden, Justin Mackrory, Sheroma Bansee and Deborah Ludick.

PHOTO: supplied Proud to receive a clean audit South Coast Tourism staff (from left) Vanessa Gounden, Justin Mackrory, Sheroma Bansee and Deborah Ludick.

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THE Auditor General’s report to the Premier took place in Pietermaritzburg last Thursday with managers and heads of entities in attendance.

The Premier of KwaZulu- Natal­, Senzo Mchunu, and a representative from the office of the Auditor General, called on successful district municipalities and tourism bodies in recognition of those who achieved clean audits in the last financial year.

“Persistence and attention to detail, careful management of resources and sticking to the strategic plan is key,” said Ugu South Coast Tourism (USCT) CEO, Justin Mackrory after receiving their award, with Ugu District Municipality mayor Ntombifikile Gumede for USCT’s clean audit.

“It is by no means an easy task and without the entire team on board and strict measures in place, achieving a clean audit is just not possible.

“We are fully geared for the next one – in fact, the Auditor General is already reviewing our files and we intend to see another successful audit being announced in the near future, once our financial year closes at the end of June.”

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