CLEAN AUDIT FOR EKURHULENI METRO!

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CLEAN AUDIT FOR EKURHULENI METRO!

By  Sun Reporter Thursday, January 31, 2019 20:30

Ekurhuleni mayor Mzwandile Masina
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The Ekurhuleni municipality has received a clean audit for the 2017/2018 financial year and Mayor Mzwandile Masina has welcomed the Auditor-General’s (AG) report. The City of Ekurhuleni’s audit committee tabled the report at its first ordinary council meeting on Thursday. “The AG found an improvement in the overall outcome of performance reporting. The City received a clean audit on performance information and no audit findings were reported,” the mayor’s spokesperson, Phakamile Mbengashe, said. Mbengashe added that improvements were noted in the report.”The City did not incur fruitless and wasteful and unauthorised expenditure in the 2017-18 financial year… and [there was] a decrease of R198m (42%) in irregular expenditure from R472.6m to R274.5m.” “We have continued to display our commitment to good governance and accountability following the AG’s 2016/2017 financial year audit,” said Masina.Masina said his governance’s ability to decrease irregular expenditure by 42% allowed for further service delivery.”We will continue to cut irregular expenditure and maintain a zero-tolerance approach to fruitless, wasteful and unauthorised expenditure. Good governance allows the City to attract much-needed investment, which will allow us to grow economic activity in the City of Ekurhuleni,” added Masina.The mayor noted concerns about a lack of improvement in the quality of annual financial statements submitted and poor document management processes in finance.”We are committed to implementing the AG’s recommendations expeditiously. The City remains committed to transparency, accountability and clean governance,” said Masina.

When deciding who to vote for, which is the most important plan a party needs to have?

A plan to create jobs

A plan to redistribute land

A plan to fix service delivery

A plan to fix our hospitals and clinics

A plan to destroy corruption

A plan to make us feel safe again

A plan to unite the nation

A plan to fix schools and youth skills devlopment

A plan to create jobs
29%

A plan to redistribute land
9%

A plan to fix service delivery
11%

A plan to fix our hospitals and clinics
4%

A plan to destroy corruption
25%

A plan to make us feel safe again
8%

A plan to unite the nation
9%

A plan to fix schools and youth skills devlopment
6%

Has the evidence of corruption in front of the Zondo Commission changed who you will vote for?

Yes, I’m changing my vote

No, I am not changing my vote

I am waiting for the Commission to finish before I decide

No, the evidence hasn’t been tested in court

Yes, I’m changing my vote
40%

No, I am not changing my vote
31%

I am waiting for the Commission to finish before I decide
16%

No, the evidence hasn’t been tested in court
13%

Are you registered to vote?

Yes

No

I will be registering this weekend

I am registered but won’t vote

I will be registering this weekend
7%

I am registered but won’t vote
16%

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