Gauteng municipalities in dire financial straits as wastage continues unabated

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Auditor-General Gauteng business unit leader Dorothy Rampopo. Photo: Archive
Auditor-General Gauteng business unit leader Dorothy Rampopo. Photo: Archive


Only two municipalities obtained clean audit outcomes in Gauteng in the last financial year.

This is according to Auditor-General provincial business unit leader Dorothy Rampopo, who told reporters on Wednesday that only Midvaal (with eight consecutive clean audits) and the City of Ekurhuleni had obtained ideal audit outcomes.

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