Gauteng treasury head best of the bunch

2016-11-12 21:16
Nomfundo Tshabalala. (Linkedin)

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Pretoria- The Gauteng Treasury's head of department (HOD) has been recognised as the best in the country.

Gauteng Premier David Makhura congratulated Nomfundo Tshabalala who received the award at the 4th Batho Pele Awards held on Friday night. 

"We welcome the recognition of our HOD as being the best in the country. This bears testament to our effort to inculcate values of accountability and responsiveness in our work," said Makhura.

"We also aim to ensure that we discharge our responsibilities with the greatest levels of efficiency, probity, and prudence."

Tshabalala, an accounting and economics graduate, has been an accounting officer for 10 years in the Gauteng Provincial Government. She also holds a Master of Science degree in Development Finance from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom.

She was recognised for her leadership skills, ability to build and lead a coherent team, and maintaining ethics at all times.

Makhura said they have the goal of being a transparent, activist government that meets the demand for a cleaner administration.

"We want to increase public confidence in the merit of the public service in Gauteng. We continue to work hard to improve performance in the public service to meet the needs of the people of Gauteng," said Makhura.

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