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Key state departments can’t account for spending

@mbanjwax 26 November 2014 14:55

Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu has expressed concern that the departments of health, education and public works, which are key to basic service delivery, cannot “adequately and accurately” account for how they spent 37% of government’s R1 trillion of last year’s budget.

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