“Lifestyle audits” for politicians and public officials – starting with himself and his Cabinet - will soon be the norm, President Cyril Ramaphosa promised on Tuesday.
What is a “lifestyle audit”?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed ENS Africa Director in Forensics Steven Powell.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
We measure assets against income.— Steven Powell, ENS Africa
People buy fancy cars… we do the maths, and it doesn’t work out.— Steven Powell, ENS Africa
There’s a lot of public data around… We produced about 14 pages on Bruce Whitfield… The first step is to access that information…— Steven Powell, ENS Africa
It [lifestyle audit] is easy to implement.— Steven Powell, ENS Africa
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