Tito allegedly exorbitant costs of State Capture trigger an audit in the commission see what SA says
Anonymous complaints to then-finance minister Tito Mboweni about the allegedly exorbitant costs of State Capture Inquiry investigators has now triggered an audit into the commission's finances—two years after they were made. We all know it was a very profitable exercise for the investigators, thus the constant extensions, So cancer “made money” out of the commission knowing full well nothing would be done, despite the damning findings.
According to the newly-founded political party CCC, which is run by Nelson Chamisa, Emmerson Mnangagwa has been Caught red-handed stealing state resources. These accusations have been made on various occasion. Meaning there are multiple accusations of fraud, looting, corruption as well as the rigging of votes.
Without a written employment contract, the chief financial officer (CFO) of a department of communications agency made more than R6 million for almost four years. This is in accordance with a preliminary conclusion made by the Auditor-office General's (AG), which is detailed in a letter that was delivered to the MDDA's chairperson last month.
Are you using electricity freely without paying for it? Now is your time to confess. The Nelson Mandela municipality has told thieves to come forward and get a free meter. The move is part of the city’s efforts to clamp down on illegal electricity connections, which cost the municipality hundreds of millions of rand in lost revenue every year.
The minister of tourism Lindiwe Sisulu who is also now a presidential candidate for the next election have been appreciated by the portfolio committee for transforming the tourism department of South Africans states Portfolio Committee appreciates Minister of Tourism @LindiweSisuluSA’s intervention on issues raised by the Auditor General
Meanwhile, in ANC parallel universe, mayoral and speaker candidates in several municipalities in Ruth Mompati district, North West, don't have matric. Some MMCs in the same council who stepped down in the elections didn't have matric No wonder the municipality is unable to tell the AG and the public what happened to the R500m of the R600m you gave them to replace aged water pipes and repair municipal roads.
It is alleged that the, Chief Justice Raymond Zondo says the evidence of mismanagement at the State Security Agency (SSA) points to the need for the Auditor-General to audit the expenditure of the troubled agency. As stated on their website as a reputational promise, The Auditor-General of South Africa has a constitutional mandate and, as the supreme audit institution (SAI) of South Africa, it exists to strengthen our country’s democracy by enabling oversight, accountability and governance in the public sector through auditing, thereby building public confidence.
Qualifications don't really matter meanwhile, in ANC parallel universe mayoral and speaker candidates in several municipalities in Ruth Mompati district, North West, don't have matric. Some MMCs in the same council who stepped down in the elections didn't have matric. No wonder the municipality is unable to tell the AG and the public what happened to the R500m of the R600m you gave them to replace aged water pipes, and repair municipal roadsLots of ANC aligned educated people, including Gwede Mantashe, don't know that the ANC stole Eskom blind, loadshedding is a necessary intervention to manage the grid.
This is the most noticeably terrible style of legislative issues ever, the ANC should be accused of high treachery. You can't disregard individuals, push them in neediness and come do this waste. What's hard to utilize the public authority authorities to work on individuals' government assistance.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/politics/sassa-pushing-ahead-to-recoup-overpayment-from-cash-paymaster-services-5627ebc6-d2ea-4dbd-a084-e8b963a75640 The South African Social Security Administration (Sassa) is working to recover R316 million paid to Cash Paymaster Services for the distribution of social security benefits. This was revealed when Social Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu responded in writing to parliamentary questions from MK DA Gizella Opperman.
Despite the new legislation, substantial irregularities increased from 75 detected instances in 2020, totaling an estimated R6.9 billion in losses, to 121 significant abnormalities by October 2021, totaling R11.9 billion in losses, according to Auditor-General (AG) Tsakani Maluleke. Meanwhile, the AG reported an increase in the number of clean audits received.
The Western Cape was the only province with a clean audit, out of nine. It exposed the financial rot wreaking havoc on South Africa's health system. Only two departments – health and public works in the Western Cape – obtained clean audits of all national and provincial core service delivery departments, including human settlements, public works and infrastructure, health and education.
The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) found more than 30 000 individuals had inappropriately profited from the R350 award. Sassa started preparing installments of the unique Covid-19 R350 SRD award last week. Sassa has told the Select Committee on Health and Social Services that 31 955 individuals had benefitted inappropriately from the R350 SRD award since it was established.
Johannesburg – The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) is pushing beforehand with recouping R316 million paid to Cash Paymaster Services for the distribution of the social safety offers. © Provided with the aid of Sunday Tribune This changed into revealed when Social Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu replied in writing to parliamentary questions from DA MP Gizella Opperman.
Lindiwe Zulu, Minister of Social Development, says the concern that the R350 Covid-19 Special Relief of Distress grant is insufficient is understandable, given that the majority of beneficiaries who are currently reliant on the grant are those who lost their jobs as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
SASSA was allocated R26 billion for the Covid19 social relief grant. Due to the insufficient system, SASSA was unable to pick up some undeserving applications and made duplicate payments to other beneficiaries. It turns out that, some people who were not distressed received the grant. The Auditor General found that 67 770 social relief grants had been paid irregularly, but after a further verification of data, SASSA found the correct number to be 31 955.
Social Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu says the worry that the R350 corona virus Special Relief of Distress award is not sufficient is reasonable, taking into account that most recipients that are presently subject to the award are those that lost their positions because of the impacts of the corona virus pandemic.
Zulu, Lindiwe More than 30,000 people were receiving insufficient payments from the R350 subsidy, according to South Africa's Social Security Administration (SASSA). Last Monday, Sassa began processing special Covid19 R350SRD subsidies. Since the R350 SRD grant began, Sassa alerted the Choice Commission for Health and Social Services that 31,955 persons have received inadequate benefits, according to Sassa.
DURBAN - THE South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) has told the select board of trustees on wellbeing and social administrations that something like 31 955 individuals had inappropriately profited from government's R350 social alleviation of pain award at an expense of about R11 million. This was because of the examiner general's prior finding that somewhere around 67 000 individuals had inappropriately profited from the R350 award at an expected expense of R23 million to the state.
In an interview with Reuters, Minister Lindiwe Zulu said that the fear that the Covid-19 Special Relief of Distress grant, which is currently offered at a level of R350 per month, would not be enough was valid considering that the people who are currently getting the money are those who lost their jobs as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.