African Organisation of English-speaking Supreme Audit Institutions

Posts by Annerie Pretorius

2019 Technical Update – Model Institutions that Lead by Example

Close to 180 participants gathered in the picturesque city of Cape Town for the 14th Technical Update. In addition to our member- SAIs, representatives from Brazil, Fiji, Portugal, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Norway, Sweden and the Netherlands were also in attendance along with key stakeholders from the region. For the first time, the Technical Update…

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WGEI & AFROSAI-E collaborates on Product Sharing Agreements course

The INTOSAI Working Group on Audit of Extractive Industries (WGEI) in collaboration with AFROSAI-E, is pleased to announce a training course dedicated to understanding and auditing management of Production Sharing Agreements/Contracts (PSAs). The training will be most relevant to SAIs in countries that implement the PSA model. Participants will gain knowledge on how to identify risks…

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AFROSAI-E STRATEGIC PLAN 2020-2024

This Strategic Plan builds on the achievements from the previous Corporate Plan with goals and objectives that are purposeful and outcome driven. These will guide and position the planned capacity building interventions to be more impactful both at the Secretariat and individual member-SAI level.

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Guideline: Audit Considerations for Extractive Industries

Strong and effective Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) can contribute to better and more transparent oversight of extractive industries and help to ensure that governments manage natural resources in the best interest of the public. The purpose of this guideline is to assist SAIs mandated with auditing the public sector management of extractive industries with capacity…

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Guideline: Sustainable SAIs

Leading by example and contributing to the SDGs and Agenda 2063 EXPOSURE DRAFT OCTOBER 2019 SAIs can, through their audits and consistent with their mandates, make valuable contributions to national efforts on the implementation of the Agendas. This guideline aims to assist SAIs to: lead by example by becoming more sustainable institutions. audit the implementation…

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Building sustainable training capacity

Increasing the number and quality of expert trainers, facilitators and resource persons in the region, is a fundamental step towards sustainable capacity building. The AFROSAI-E Training-of-Trainers initiative, implemented with the support of the Swedish National Audit Office, is a direct response to achieving this goal. The first phase of the ToT programme included two workshops…

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Welcome to new Head of SAI for Mauritius

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Sunil Charanjivshign Romooah as the new Director of Audit for the National Audit Office of the Republic of Mauritius. Mr Romooah was appointed with effect of 1 August 2019. On behalf of the AFROSAI-E community, we wish him all the best as he takes up the…

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AG Kenya and AG Mauritius terms of office concludes

Mrs Kwee Chow Tse Yuet Cheong, the Head of SAI Mauritius retired in August 2019. Mr Edward Ouko, the Head of SAI Kenya, also concluded his term of office in August. On behalf of the AFROSAI-E region, we applaud them for their efforts to strengthen public sector auditing in the region during their respective terms.…

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