The report of the investigation into the National Skills Fund (NSF) is expected to be handed over to Parliament’s standing committee on public accounts (Scopa) after it issued a directive to the Department of Higher Education and Training to submit the report within 10 days.
The forensic investigation was recommended by Scopa following disclaimed audit outcomes from the Auditor-General.
During a Scopa meeting last week, the committee was expecting an update on the investigation and to receive the report.
However, instead of presenting the investigation report, the department only presented a summary and argued that the report could not be shared with Scopa due to “sensitivities and…
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