Making A Difference In The Performance Of SAIs

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AFROSAI-E welcomes Meisie Nkau as new CEO

It is with great pleasure that we introduce Mrs Meisie Nkau as the new CEO of AFROSAI-E.

The AFROSAI-E Governing Board appointed Meisie during its meeting in May 2017, and she formally takes up her duties as CEO today. Outgoing CEO, Mr Wessel Pretorius will continue to provide support for an interim period until December 2017.

Senior Leadership Development Programme (SLDP) starts this week

Turning leadership from capacity into capability

The AFROSAI-E Senior Leadership Development Programme (SLD) starts this week with the first of 3 workshops. Senior leadership teams from the SAIs of South Africa, Mozambique, Nigeria, Namibia, Kenya and Tanzania are participating in the SLDP, with a total of 26 leaders taking part. The programme aims to improve the critical competencies, conceptual knowledge, values and behaviours that are fundamental for leadership teams to inspire, influence, motivate, recognise and guide others to achieve and sustain excellence in the SAI environment.

Joint effort of Professional Accounting Organisations and Auditors General to drive public sector professionalisation

The third meeting of the Interim Oversight Board (IOB) for the Professionalisation of Public Sector Accounting and Auditing in Africa was held in Nairobi, Kenya from 6 to 7 July 2017. It was the first IOB meeting to include five members nominated by the Pan-African Federation of Accountants (PAFA). These new members joined the existing IOB membership of five Auditors General from within the AFROSAI-E region. 

AFROSAI-E affirms commitment to curbing IFFs

AFROSAI-E collaborates with African public finance networks to sign a Good Financial Governance Declaration to affirm their commitment to curbing IFFs

AFROSAI-E is collaborating with AFROSAI and other African public finance role-players to tackle the critical issue of curbing Illicit Financial Flows. Executive Officer, Wynand Wentzel joined 250 delegates from 42 countries attended an international conference on the theme “Tackling Illicit Financial Flows: An African approach to a global phenomenon” in Yaoundé, Cameroon, from 24 – 26 May 2017. The conference resulted in four African Good Financial Governance (GFG) networks, as organisers of the conference, and several delegates signing the Good Financial Declaration. The Declaration lists agreements of joint and individual actions to be carried out by the networks and its members in the fight against IFFs.

Exciting new vacancies at the AFROSAI-E Secretariat

AFROSAI-E is looking for suitable candidates to fill the following two exciting new vacancies in the Secretariat:

Manager: Environmental Audit

Manager: Finance and Administration

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