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Cape Town – The office of the auditor general may in future have the powers to refer entities with poor audit outcomes or which flout supply chain management regulations to an investigating authority. 

Auditor general Kimi Makwetu in his address to the Cape Town Press Club on Tuesday, said he proposed a review of his office’s powers to Parliament whereby transgressors of supply chain management processes and entities which receive disclaimers may be handed over to an entity such as the Public Protector for further investigation. 

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