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Parliamentarians pay tribute to late Kimi Makwetu

Today News || News Now Late Auditor General Kimi Makwetu died on 11 November after battling lung cancer for two…

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AG Kimi Makwetu: an exceptional and true civil servant

Today News || News Now OPINION Kimi Makwetu, who passed away on 11 November 2020 after a battle with lung…

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Makwetu: Municipalities need to plan better, stop spending money they don’t have

Today News || News Now Makwetu joined the likes of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma on Tuesday…

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Makwetu: Govt’s accounting officers must be trained to spot gaps for corruption

Today News || News Now Kimi Makwetu on Friday briefed Parliament’s standing committee on the Auditor-General about the management of…

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We didn’t know monies from the COVID-19 relief fund would be stolen – Mabuza

Today News || News Now David Mabuza has been fielding questions in the National Council of Provinces, his first appearance…

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Nxesi: Auditor-General’s UIF TER scheme report points to faults within system

Today News || News Now Nxesi has on Wednesday afternoon unpacked findings relating to the UIF COVID-19 Temporary Employer/Employee Relief…

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WATCH: Nxesi briefs media on Makwetu’s UIF Covid-19 TERS benefit findings

Today News || News Now WATCH: Nxesi briefs media on Makwetu’s UIF Covid-19 TERS benefit findings Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu released…

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Independence of office of Auditor-General must be protected, say candidates

Today News || News Now Parliament on Thursday concluded interviews for six candidates to find a replacement for Kimi Makwetu,…

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Deputy AG Tsakani Maluleke in the running to replace Kimi Makwetu

Today News || News Now A parliamentary ad hoc committee on the appointment of the Auditor General met on Tuesday…

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Makwetu criticises KZN municipalities after ‘no change’ in last audit outcome

Today News || News Now Irregular expenditure among the country’s municipalities has increased to R32 billion in the 2018/19 financial…

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