The Auditor-General has granted Nelson Mandela Museum a Clean Audit opinion after conducting an extensive audit on the Museum's finances and predetermined objectives.
For four years in succession, Nelson Mandela Museum has received two Unqualified Audit between (2016/2017,2017/2018) and two Clean Audit outcomes during the 2018/2019 & 2019/2020 on its financial statements that have been appropriately presented without any identified exceptions, and are in compliance with Generally Recognized Accounting Practice (GRAP).
The two Clean Audit outcomes achieved during the year 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 show commitment to the Staff, management, and the museum board. The continuous achievement in succession shows Nelson Mandela ' 'Museum's devotion to producing financial statements that are free from material misstatements with no material findings on reporting on performance objectives or non-compliance with legislation.
“ We are happy about two Clean Audit in succession (2018/2019, 2019/2020) and the two previous unqualified Audit outcomes achieved during between (2016/2017,2017/2018). The positive energy from the Staff, management, and the Museum board is something that we appreciate and seek to hold on. We might have delivered on the mandate, but there is still room for improvement.
Last but not least, we would also like to thank the continued support of the Department of Sport Arts and Culture and several national, international and provincial stakeholders", said the Acting Chief Executive Officer of Nelson Mandela Museum Mandisi Msongelwa CA (SA).
For more information regarding this communication, please do not hesitate to communicate with the Senior Manager: Public Engagement and Marketing on 072 791 3493 or email Nontlahla@nelsonmandelamuseum.org.za