Overall audit outcomes of entities falling under the National Treasury improved significantly in the 2022-23 financial year, though the department itself remains in dispute with the auditor-general over the treatment of expenditure on a planned system to integrate the financial management of national and provincial government departments.

Of the 16 auditees falling under the department — including Land Bank, the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) and Sars — 11 received unqualified audits with no findings (clean audits) compared with six in 2021-22. ..

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