Trust gets 7th clean audit

2015-07-08 06:00
TUMELO MPOLOKENG, CEO of the John ­Taolo Gaetsewe Developmental Trust (JTGDT).

TUMELO MPOLOKENG, CEO of the John ­Taolo Gaetsewe Developmental Trust (JTGDT).

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THE seventh successive clean audit in 13 years of existence is a reason to celebrate for the John Taolo Gaetsewe Developmental Trust (JTGDT).

This is according to a statement from Modiri Gabaatlhole of the office of Tumelo Mpolokeng, the CEO of the JTGDT, after receiving the results from PwC.

The clean audit was announced by PwC on Tuesday, 30 June.

Gabaatlhole stated that this achievement was in keeping with the vision of the trust and indeed confirmed that the trust was contributing toward moving South Africa forward.

To ensure excellence with the focus on continuous improvement, the trust promised to maintain this record of good performance and even to exceed it in many areas where improvement is ­required.

Upon receiving the news, Mpolokeng said that the results were evidence that they had provided sufficient training to their finance department under the guidance of the finance audit and risk committee to equip them for the job at hand.

“I must really commend the finance department under finance manager, Boipelo Oageng, for a job well done, as well as the whole staff for always ­complying with the policies,” Mpolokeng stated.

“This achievement confirms our performance in various areas of accountability and therefore cements our position of being one of the best-run corporate organisations, not only in the John Taolo Gaetsewe District (JTG), but also among the best provincially.

“We couldn’t have done this without the support of our board of trustees under the leadership of board chairperson, Omphe-metse Mogodi.”

Mpolokeng further highlighted that the audit outcome demonstrated that the organisation strived towards excellence on both the operational and corporate gover-nance level and would continue to do so in the coming years.

“In all this, the trust is committed to delivering on its primary mandate of carrying one or more public benefit activities where all such activities are carried in a non-profit manner and with an altruistic or philanthropic intent, and we believe that the above achievement contributes in positioning the organisation to be better able to deliver on its statutory mandate,” Mpolokeng said

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