African audit profession must speak with one voice - led by bodies such as the
Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors, South African Institute of Professional
Accountants (SAIPA), and South African Institute of Chartered Accountants - to
address us South Africans on what went wrong in recent years which resulted in
some of their members enabling corruption at the expense of taxpayers and the
capacity of the state to deliver much-needed services.
Gone are the days of simply firing people without laying criminal charges against them in the hope this will be enough to leave an organisation reputationally untarnished.