Nxesi in the hot seat as Scopa sees red on management of compensation fund

Scopa cracked the whip on the department of labour's compensation fund, saying “heads must roll” for the continuous irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure and unqualified audit reports by the auditor-general.

2021-05-19 11:30:00 PM

Scopa cracked the whip on the department of labour's compensation fund, saying “heads must roll” for the continuous irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure and unqualified audit reports by the auditor-general.

Scopa cracked the whip on the department of labour's compensation fund, saying “heads must roll” for the continuous irregular, fruitless and wasteful expenditure and unqualified audit reports by the auditor-general.

Nxesi admitted that the state of the fund left much to be desired.“I agree that the fund is rotten to the core. It cannot continue to have disclaimer after disclaimer. To answer your questions as to why this is so, is it neglect, is it corruption, is it structural issues? I think it is a combination of issues.”

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Nxesi said there were basic controls the department needed to put in place that had been neglected. He ordered a full forensic audit to be conducted.“I won’t definitely say it was corruption, but I suspect corruption. The forensic audit will be able to help us with that and answer why certain things are not being followed up on. What is clear is that some of the problems are structural. We must investigate why some of the issues are persisting.”

Hadebe fired back at Nxesi, saying: “You don’t need to waste money instituting a forensic audit for basic controls. Who are the people responsible for record keeping? Who has been responsible for instituting consequence management and why did he/she not play his/her part? What has been done?”   headtopics.com

Nxesi responded by saying, “What is clear is that I don’t think [the current crop of employees] are up to the task and that is a matter which we will ... follow up on immediately.” Read more: Times LIVE »

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