SA Auditor General appointed International Chairman of Supreme Audit Institutions
30 September 2010
Terence Nombembe who is the Auditor General of South Africa has been appointed as the chairmanship of the International Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions at their congress in November.
The organization, which comprises 188 member states, is the second largest global organization after the United Nations.
Terence Nombembe said “among South Africa’s challenges is holding public sector officials accountable for wrongdoing”.
He also added that his appointment showed that the international community has confidence in South Africa. About 600 auditors-general, finance ministers and delegates from around the world will gather in Sandton for the congress in November.