SAA outstanding matters: update
19 Feb 2020
Ms T Marawu (ATM) appreciated the presentations by the Acting DDG and the Minister. She asked about the turnaround plan of the board. There were critical points in that plan that would be helpful – would those be incorporated or would there be a new plan? Secondly, what about timeframes? Thirdly ...
Plans to resolve the impasse between ESKOM and defaulting municipalities: input by COGTA, SALGA & National Treasury
3 Dec 2019
Ms T Marawu (ATM) agreed. She had been expecting to see a clear way forward. The plans that had been presented had no time frames and would likely take more than a year to implement. It was critical for the Committee to be given a clear picture of how Eskom ...
Department of Correctional Services 2018/2019 financial statements, deviations, expansions, irregular, fruitless & wasteful expenditure: Follow-up hearing
27 Nov 2019
Ms T Marawu (ATM) asked if NT could explain the process for recovering money in these cases. Was it difficult?
SCOPA Review of 2018-2019 Financial Statements, Deviations, Expansions, Irregular, Fruitless and Wasteful Expenditure
26 Nov 2019
Ms T Marawu (ATM) understood that the Director-General had distanced himself from the revised report. He said that he did not even know about the revised report.
DCS 2018-2019 financial statements, deviations, expansions, irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure: SCOPA review
19 Nov 2019
Ms T Marawu (ATM) asked if an audit intervention plan was in place, and what monitoring mechanism was in place to avoid repeating the same mistakes. Is there a functional internal audit team? She asked for a timeframe on outstanding cases. She observed the Department had brought a very large ...
Department of Human Settlements & Department of Water and Sanitation 2019 July to September performance
19 Nov 2019
Ms T Marawu (ATM) asked the Department to paint a clearer picture to the Committee on what had been covered in the report.
Non-Tabling of 2018/19 Annual Reports: SAA & Department of Water and Sanitation
13 Nov 2019
Ms T Marawu (ATM) felt that the Chairperson was being very lenient towards SAA. The company hadn’t even committed to a date for the road map.
National Youth Development Agency 2018/19 Annual Report
5 Nov 2019
Ms T Marawu (ATM) asked what criteria were used to decide which areas to visit? What was the participation of departments with their policies to avoid a duplication in activities? What was the interaction in terms of intergovernmental relations?
Non-Tabling of 2018/19 Annual Reports: South African Express, Alexkor & NSFAS
30 Oct 2019
Ms T Marawu (ATM) appreciated the reports and the work being carried out by the Administrator. She observed that there were recommendations that came from the internal audit reports but there was no indication that those recommendations had been implemented. ‘
Deviation and expansion for national departments and entities for 4th quarter 2018/19 & 1st quarter 2019/2020: National Treasury briefing
29 Oct 2019
Ms T Marawu (ATM) asked whether there were measures to monitor contracts so that entities did not abuse funds. These preventative measures were vital to assist and to provide warning signs on specific contracts. What happened to AOs that inherited fruitless expenditure? How did they go about managing these accounts?