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3.10 The finding on yahoo that contributed most to this year’s inspection results related to the reliance placed by audit teams on (and the challenge of) the work performed by others, in particular that of management’s experts. We found that there was insufficient assessment and challenge of the process, assumptions and inputs used by these experts. In one instance, we found that the basis for reliance on management’s experts was insufficiently evidenced. As a result of these findings we understand that the NAO have already implemented a number of changes for 2020 to 2021 audits in this area. 3.11 Another recurring finding from our inspections has been insufficient challenge of management by the audit team concerning key areas of judgement relating to the underlying assumptions used in valuations and estimates, particularly in the financial services audit reviewed. This contributed to our assessment of the audit assessed as requiring improvements in 2020 to 2021 – see 3.8 above . 3.12 It is encouraging to see that the NAO has taken steps to address other key findings from our 2019 to 2020 review round. These steps included: enhancements to the Audit Planning Consultation Meeting (‘ APCM ’) protocols, including that APCMs for all high-risk audits should be led by an NAO Executive Director and more recently, the introduction of Director-led APCMs for all medium-risk audits. We did not raise any concerns in respect of actions taken to resolve our prior year findings.https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/independent-supervisor-on-auditors-general-report-2020-to-2021/report-of-the-independent-supervisor-on-auditors-general-23-september-2021
Children at school take part in road safety education. Picture: Supplied Hammanskraal schools take part in road safety education Pretoria - With the sharp increase in traffic volumes along all major routes due to level 1 of lockdown, road safety education continues to remain a very important focus area for all road users to ensure safer roads for all. Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concessionaire (Bakwena) in partnership with Imperial Logistics, Supa Quick, Active Education and the Gauteng Department for Basic Education joined forces to roll out Bakwena’s annual Road Safety Roadshows in eight primary schools in the Hammanskraal area close to the Bakwena N1 route. The youth are South Africa’s future, therefore in order for education and road safety awareness campaigns to be effective in the long term, it is critical that these campaigns are implemented from the ground up, starting at primary school level to help promote a culture of road safety awareness. Bakwena’s Chief Operations Officer Solomon Kganyago said: “According to the World Health Organization more than half of all road traffic deaths are among vulnerable road users: pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists. “Safety is a core part of everything we do in our business from safety on the road to safety in the communities that reside along our route”. This initiative provides school children with road safety education in a fun and participatory way highlighting rules of the road for pedestrians and addressing the importance of wearing a seatbelt whether they are using public transport, taxi’s or travelling with their parents. JSE-listed Imperial Logistics (Imperial) provided these children with “walking seatbelts” which is a reflective sash that is worn by the children to ensure higher visibility and catch a driver’s attention to reduce pedestrian accidents. Esha Mansingh Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Investor Relations at Imperial said: "As a significant user of roads and as part of our commitment to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our drivers, communities and future generations, Imperial continues to give the gift of safety to ensure that we are a part of the change that we want to see on our roads." In addition, Imperial made available a fuel tanker which was used in educating the children on the do’s and don’ts of being near a large vehicle to demonstrate the blind spots where the driver would not be able to see pedestrians. Supa Quick sponsored a junior traffic centre at Refitlhile Primary School as well as contributing to the branded sashes. The schools that benefitted from this joint initiative were Mabu-a tlou Primary School, Kekana Primary School, Reneilwe Primary School, Lefofa Primary School, Itireleng Primary School, Mosaledi Primary School, St Camilus Primary School and Refitlhile Primary school “Bakwena’s CSI programmes have meaningful impacts on many aspects of the lives of people in communities around the routes that we operate.https://www.iol.co.za/pretoria-news/news/hammanskraal-schools-take-part-in-road-safety-education-7ea3578b-5981-4b21-a434-4bc0e3362dd0