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last updated 28-07-2015

Aims of an Audit Report

    Aims to report on:

  • Whether the financial statements are prepared, in all material respects, in accordance with the requirements of the applicable financial reporting framework and laws and regulations.

  • Accounting Practices, including managements' judgements and decisions.

  • The adequacy of financial disclosures

  • Whether the financial statements adequately refer to or describe the applicable financial reporting framework.

  • Conclusions made on the financial statements by expressing an audit opinion.


10th of August 2015 to 30th of September 2015

Send feedback to the survey team on any question. A questionaire will be uploaded soon.


The Office the Auditor General (OAG) through its five years strategic plan as aligned to NDP4 and Vision 2030 is embarking on an external stakeholder survey that is geared towards ensuring quality and satisfactory delivery of services. The OAG will embark on this endeavour by fully involving all its stakeholders: National Assembly, Public Sector Entities (Audit Clients), Professionals & Industry Experts and General Public. It is against this background that we wish to engage with you/your institution to conduct a research about your perception of the services provided by OAG during the period 10th of August 2015 to 30th of September 2015. This research will be done in the form of a survey questionnaire and will be facilitated by a survey team. The office assures you of the anonymity and confidentiality of your responses. Your objective responses are welcomed, whilst the information collected will be used to formulate strategies and better measures to improve the impact and value of the oversight function on Public Financial Management.

Auditor- General Namibia Facts

With 132 staff of which 75% are auditors, to date we celebrate over 1500 audit reports that have been tabled in the National Assembly since the year 2000.

Our annual capacity can produce more than 170 audit reports (in recent years) carry out more than 120 asset inspections and special investigations.

We have audited SACU (current), SADCOPAC and SADC Accounts (3years each).

Auditor-General Namibia was elected and appointed by the General Assembly of AFROSAI in Gabon-2011 to the Governing Council (the continent’s highest leadership body of Auditors-General) for the next 3 years.

Auditor-Generla Namibia got an award for “Invaluable Service” as Founding Chairperson of AFROSAI-E (2005-2010) in 2011.

The Office successfully hosted the 21st Common Wealth Auditors General conference and other International events.

On 22 December 2011 the 66th United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution A/66/209 “Promoting the efficiency, accountability, effectiveness and transparency of public administration by strengthening supreme audit institutions”.

Therein, the General Assembly for the first time expressly recognizes that Supreme Audit Institutions can accomplish their tasks objectively and effectively only if they are independent of the audited entity and are protected against outside influence.