LAUNCH OF IFAA RESEARCH REPORT ON PARLIAMENT AND THE AUDITOR-GENERAL

The Institute for African Alternatives is proud to announce the completion of our research project, Checks and Balances: The Auditor-General Report. We thank all those who set aside precious time to assist us with our research.

Initiated by our founder and Director, Professor Ben Turok, shortly before he passed away in 2019, this research project on the Auditor-General and Parliament set out to answer the question of why the checks and balances written into our constitution have failed when it comes to acting on the recommendations of the Auditor-General to reduce ’irregular, unauthorized. fruitless and wasteful expenditure’. It asks what can Parliament do to remedy the situation where the executive fails to act.  Its purpose is to identify paths for action by Parliament itself, political parties and civil society.

To read the report, click here.

We will be hosting a public launch of the report via Zoom on the 4th March 2021 at 3 pm. Our keynote speaker for this event is Lawson Naidoo of CASAC. The program will also include remarks by the chair of our Board Hon. Kgalema Motlanthe.

Please find the Zoom link for this online event below.

Institute for African Alternatives is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Institute for African Alternatives’ CHECKS AND BALANCES LAUNCH

Time: Mar 4, 2021 03:00 PM Harare, Pretoria

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81448484062?pwd=VHAyZ2Rib0ZWYk1TZlZXQ3pDc2FBdz09

Meeting ID: 814 4848 4062

Passcode: 121885

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