Auditor-General Tsakani Maluleke unhappy as R54 billion goes down the drain

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Tsakani Maluleke. Picture: Supplied
Tsakani Maluleke. Picture: Supplied

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Tsakani Maluleke’s first audit report reflects a slight decrease in irregular public fund expenditure, but this may have been due to inaccurate disclosures of auditees rather than a real improvement

Her face may not have shown much gloom as she elaborated on the 2019/20 consolidated general report of government’s audit outcomes, but Auditor-General Tsakani Maluleke was definitely unhappy with the way the country’s purse-strings were being controlled.

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