Photo Gallery : 2008 Reporting Awards The major role players during the Awards ceremony held on 31 October 2008 in Bloemfontein: From left to right: Ms Mokone Nthongoa (Accounting Officer - Department of Sport, Arts & Culture), Prof Dieter Gloeck (Executive President – SAIGA and Chairperson of the Awards Committee), Ms  Mamiki Qabathe (MEC for Sport, Arts & Culture), Prof Herman de Jager (Secretary of SAIGA and  Head of the Department of Auditing, University of Pretoria), Ms Rachel Sempe (Former Head of the Department of Sport, Arts & Culture), Mr Kobus Kellerman (Chief Financial Officer - Department of Sport, Arts & Culture) The prestige of achieving the most consistent high performance award over three years goes to the Department of Agriculture in the Western Cape (positions: 7 in 2008; 2 in 2007 and 15 in 2006).Office bearers from the Department of Agriculture (Western Cape) from left to right are: Marius van Aswegen, Deputy Director: Finance; Cobus Dowry, Minister of Agriculture Western Cape; Joyene Isaacs, Accounting Officer (Head of Department); Floris Huysamer, Chief Financial Officer; Deborah Zana, Deputy Director: Budgets. A number of speeches were held at the Awards function in Bloemfontein:
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The Master of Ceremonies, Mr TJ Kambule directed proceedings.
The Chief Financial Officer of the Department of Sport, Arts & Culture, Mr Kobus Kellerman, gave a inspired lecture on the process of how annual financial statements are prepared and the many role-players involved.
The Executive President of the Southern African Institute of Government Auditors, Prof Dieter Gloeck explained the background to the Awards, the criteria sued and the meaning of the Awards in a South African context. He stressed the importance of accountability and transparency and praised departments which took the lead in our country.
The Head of the Department of Department of Sport, Arts & Culture, Ms Mokone Nthongoa accepted the Awards and thanked departmental staff for their efforts.
The audience in Bloemfontein is listening attentively to the speeches.
The Secretary of SAIGA, Prof Herman de Jager, who is also the Head of the Department of Auditing at the University of Pretoria, which acted as quality assurer of the Awards, hands the Award (gold-framed certificate) for the highest marks achieved amongst all Free State departments to the former Head of the Department of the Department of Sport, Arts & Culture, Ms Rachel Sempe.
Prof De Jager hands the platinum framed certificate for the highest overall mark achieved in the 2008 competition to the Accounting Officer of the Department of Sport, Arts & Culture, Ms Mokone Nthongoa.
The MEC for Sport, Arts & Culture in the Free State, Ms  Mamiki Qabathe, receives the trophy for the best department in 2008 from the Secretary of SAIGA, Prof Herman de Jager.
The winners displaying their certificates and trophies: Accounting Officer of the Department, the MEC, CFO and former Head of the Department of Sport, Arts & Culture.
The MEC of the Department of Sport, Arts & Culture, Ms  Mamiki Qabathe, during her acceptance speech. Speech by the MEC of the Department of Sport, Arts & Culture, Ms  Mamiki Qabathe (pdf) * Don’t have PDF reader? Click HERE to get your FREE copy.
The Vote of Thanks was expertly done by the Senior Manager (Libraries and Archives Services), Ms Jacomien Schimper
With a score of 93.58%, the Western Cape Provincial Parliament (WCPP) occupied joint first place of departments in the Western Cape. Their score was also the third highest in this year’s competition. Pictured from left to right: Mr Peter G. Williams, Secretary to the Western Cape Provincial Parliament (WCPP); Ms Tracey S. Jackson, Manager: Finance; Ms Annamarie Smit, Chief Financial Officer; Mr Royston Hindley, Deputy Secretary to WCPP.
The Awards and flags which indicate the origin and context of the SAIGA Annual Public Sector Reporting Awards.
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