MFMA Public Hearings Set to Promote Transparency and Accountability in Local Government

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The North West Provincial Legislature Standing Committee on Provincial Public Accounts has scheduled MFMA public hearings for May 24th, 2023. The hearings will focus on the 2019/20 audit reports of Mamusa, Kgetleng, and Ditsobotla Local Municipalities and aim to promote transparency and accountability in local government.

The Significance of the Event

Mayors, speakers, and senior management from the three local municipalities will attend the public hearings, emphasizing the event’s importance. The Legislature Auditorium will host the program, and the entire event will be streamed live on the North West Provincial Legislature Facebook page, making it accessible to interested citizens who can participate in discussions from the comfort of their homes.

The Role of MFMA Public Hearings

MFMA public hearings play a vital role in fostering open communication between the government and the public, offering a platform for dialogue and mutual understanding. Citizens can engage in the democratic process, learn about their local municipalities’ financial management, ask questions, and voice their concerns.

Promoting Transparency and Accountability

The North West Provincial Legislature’s commitment to transparency and accountability is evident in the event. By promoting transparency and accountability in local government, the Legislature is helping to build trust and confidence in the government and its institutions.

In conclusion, the MFMA public hearings with Mamusa, Kgetleng, and Ditsobotla Local Municipalities are a positive step towards promoting transparency and accountability in local government. The North West Provincial Legislature’s efforts to make the event accessible to as many people as possible and foster open communication between the government and the public should be commended.

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