Principal Internal Auditor - Mr. Johnson Wepukhulu
The Internal Audit Unit in the Ministry like in all other MDAs in Government started in 1996
The overall objective is to provide independent, objective assurance and consulting services designed to add value and improve Government operations on risk management, control and governance processes.
The Specific Objectives
- Guide MAAIF on compliance to financial regulations, legislations and internal controls
- Review and report on systems for generating financial information and data, the reliability and integrity of financial statements and other related accounting and financial information
- Conduct systems audits to ascertain compliance to applicable legislations and regulations and internal controls by MAAIF
- Conduct value money audits on MAAIF expenditures
- Conduct risk management audits
- Conduct review on projects implemented by MAAIF
- Conduct reviews on resources acquisition, deployment, utilization, disposal and safety of Government assets
The Internal Audit assists the Accounting Officer accomplish his/her objectives as set out in the Public Finance and Accountability Act, 2003, Sec 8(3) and in accordance with the Public Finance and Accountability Regulations 27 and 28 by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of Risk management, internal control systems and compliance with government processes.
The unit is a standalone and reports administratively to the Accounting Officer. The unit is headed by the Principal Internal Auditor and deputized by a Senior Internal Auditor and has two Internal Auditors
Prints & Publications
- Charter for Internal Auditors
- Charter for Audit Committees