2018 Complimentary - SAICA-AGSA 2016/17 MFMA Audit Outcomes Feedback - Information Session
Who Should Attend
Members and non-members who are interested in understanding the 2016/2017 audit outcomes in local government.

This event will provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the 2016/17 MFMA audit outcomes. The session will unpack the audit outcomes at a national and provincial level and provide insights on the key findings in performance information, compliance with legislations, irregular and fruitless and wasteful expenditure. A panel discussion will be facilitated to explore recommendations and all other issues identified by the Auditor General during 2016/17 MFMA audit.

08:00 Registration and Refreshments
09:00 Session starts
12:00 Session ends

The session will cover the following on the 2016-17 MFMA audit outcomes:

  • National outcomes analysis
  • Provincial outcome analysis
  • Performance Information
  • Compliance with key legislations
  • Irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure
  • Root causes
  • And many more

Julius Mojapelo CA(SA) Senior Executive: Public Sector at SAICA
Julius is a Chartered Accountant (SA) specialising in Public Finance Management, Reporting and Governance and holds memberships of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), Institute of Directors of Southern Africa (IoDSA) and the Institute of Internal Auditors of South Africa (IIASA). He currently holds the position of Senior Executive for Public Sector at the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) where he is responsible for promoting the value of the chartered accountancy profession to members and stakeholders in public sector and providing thought leadership and technical excellence.

Kimi Makwetu CA(SA)
Kimi is the current Auditor-General of South Africa and holds a honorary professorship from the Nanjing Audit University (NAU) of China on Saturday, 25 June 2016, a day after the first-ever BRICS SAI (Supreme Audit Institutions) leaders' meeting.

Parks Tau
Parks is the President of the global network, the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG), and the South African Local Government Association (SALGA), respectively.
He is the second democratically elected Executive Mayor of Africa's economic hub - the City of Johannesburg in Gauteng between 2011 and 2016. At the helm of the metropolitan city, Parks advanced a spatial and socio-economic transformation agenda. Prior to becoming an Executive Mayor, he had headed various portfolios in the City of Johannesburg that included Development Planning, Transport & Environment, as well as Economic Development and Finance. During his mayoral tenure, Mr Tau also led Johannesburg into strategic local and international partnerships. By the end of his term of office, the City was a leader in developmental local government and on par with some progressive global cities on sustainability. Parks is also the Chairperson of the African National Congress (ANC) Greater Johannesburg Region and a seasoned local government practitioner with over 20 years' experience in the sector. Having completed his studies in Public Management at Regenesys Business School, he further holds a University of London Master's Degree in Public Policy and Management. His contribution in the local government sphere has seen him elected onto various leadership roles in prominent local and international bodies. He was appointed the co-Chairperson of the United Nations High Level Independent Panel, alongside Rosario Robles, the Secretary of Social Development in Mexico. The Panel was established to oversee to the effectiveness of the UN-Habitat - a programme that promotes socially and environmentally sustainable towns and cities. Parks' other leadership roles include being the Chairperson of the South African Cities Network and the deputy Chairperson of the United Nations Special Advisory Committee on Safer Cities. He is also a member of the C40 Climate Change Network Steering Committee, and the former co-President of Metropolis - a network of metropolitans established to build resilient and sustainable cities amidst the pressures of urbanization and climate change.

Dates And Venues
Mon, 11 JunJohannesburgSAICA Office, IllovoClosed
Mon, 11 JunWebcastWebcastClosed
There is no cost for members for seminar and webcast
R350 (incl. 15% VAT) per non-member per seminar
R200 (incl. 15% VAT) per non-member per webcast
This event will account for 3 hours of (verifiable) CPD. Please record your CPD hours on the CPD system accessible via the SAICA website.
How To Enrol
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Investment / Fee
MemberR 0,00
Non-member R 350,00
Member webcastR 0,00
Non-memberR 200,00
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