South Africa’s Public Service Commission says the government will now be implementing lifestyle audits of its employees. eNCA reports that government officials and directors who flash their wealth will now come under scrutiny according to the country’s Public Service Minister Ayanda Dlodlo. The department will be responsible for overseeing the audits through a specialised Technical Assistance Unit. South Africa’s public servants will be required to submit a declaration of interest that will be checked against records from SARS and other departments to ensure that everything adds up.
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