African Organisation of English-speaking Supreme Audit Institutions

Posts by Annerie Pretorius

SAI Ghana wins 2021 Best Performance Audit Report Prize

We are delighted to announce that the supreme audit institution of Ghana, the Ghana Audit Service, are the winners of the 2021 prize for the best performance audit report in the AFROSAI-E region. The aim of the prize, which we launched in 2008 with support from the Swedish National Audit Office, is to encourage the…

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Exciting opportunity for Communication Expert to join our team

Are you a dynamic communication expert with public sector experience and a passion for driving results driven stakeholder relationships? Then you could be the right fit to join our AFROSAI-E Secretariat team. The Communication & Stakeholder Management Expert will work closely with our member SAIs to strengthen their communication and stakeholder relations capacity. If you…

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Helping SAIs be ready for disasters

Pocket Guide with considerations for SAIs to prepare before, and respond during and after disaster situations Sub-Saharan Africa is prone to frequent disasters, including floods, storms, epidemics and droughts. Disasters, both natural and man-made, often occur with little warning and can have significant human, economic and social impact. This has certainly been the case with…

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AFROSAI-E Bulletin 2 of 2022

In this issue, we are very pleased to announce the publication of the AFROSAI-E 2022 Operational Plan and the expanded Integrated Competency Framework (2nd edition), as well as the confirmed dates for the in-person 2022 Governing Board meeting. It has also been a busy month in the region with in-person workshops taking place in Eswatini, Uganda, Mozambique and…

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2022 AFROSAI-E Operational Plan

The Operational Plan outlines our planned activities for 2022, in line with the goals and targets of our 2020 – 2024 Strategic Plan. Our activities are informed by the capacity building process defined in our Strategic Plan and is aligned to SAI needs. The success of this Plan is therefore reliant on the joint efforts…

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AFROSAI-E Integrated Competency Framework, 2nd Edition

We are pleased to announce the publication of the 2nd edition of the Integrated Competency Framework. Following an in-depth investigation of the distinct roles within SAIs, we have now expanded the Framework to include competencies for additional roles. The ICF now includes comprehensive competency definitions for compliance, financial, performance, IT, forensic and environmental audit. It…

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IDI seeks consultant for mid-term review

The INTOSAI Development Initiative (IDI) is commissioning a mid-term review of its support to SAI South Sudan, being implemented as the NAC Strategic Change Project 2020-2025. Interested vendors are requested to submit their bids by 8 February 2022. Click here to view the Terms of Reference.

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Secretariat holiday closure

The AFROSAI-E Secretariat offices will be closed from 16 December 2021 to 9 January 2022. In reflecting on the past year, we are encouraged that despite the ongoing disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, our region has remained steadfast and committed to improving audit impact. While travel was still severely restricted in 2021, we were…

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Successful hybrid annual HR Workshop held in Kenya

We successfully held our annual Regional HR Workshop as a hybrid event this year. 23 Participants from 11 SAIs attended in person and more than 40 HR practitioners joined virtually. The workshop was hosted by SAI Kenya in Mombasa from 8 to 12 November 2021. Marianna van Niekerk from the AFROSAI-E Secretariat led the impressive…

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Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) and AFROSAI-E partner to strengthen SAIs

We are delighted to announce that Switzerland through its State Secretariat for Economic Affairs – also known as SECO has signed a contribution agreement with AFROSAI-E to support the implementation of the AFROSAI-E Strategic Plan for 2020 – 2024, and targeted capacity building measures for its 26 member SAIs. “We are extremely pleased to welcome…

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