SASSA In BIG TROUBLE After Latest Investigation Of R71 MILLION - SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa, Cape Town - It seems being corrupt is just a normal thing in the south African government. This comes as the Auditor-General has established in an investigation that SASSA incurred R73.1 million in irregular expenditure. Auditor-General Tsakani Maluleke has established that the South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) did not take beneficial and reasonable steps to avoid unequal expenses amounting to at least R73.1 million. According yo IOL News, Maluleke made the conclusion in her 2020/21 audit report, which is included in SASSA’s annual report tabled in Parliament. Maluleke also announced the bulk of the irregular expenditure occurred from expired lease agreements still in usage and cleaning and sanitation agreements not following tender processes. Thus is no surprise it would actually be more surprising if SASSA was not involved in corruption considering, the rampant corruption in the ANC government.
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