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SADCOPAC Annual General Meeting
The Southern African Development Community Organization of Public Accounts Committees (SADCOPAC) Office Bearers & Governing Council Meeting and the 10TH SADCOPAC Annual Conference and Annual General Meeting.

Hon. Nehemiah M. Modubule, MP, who is the Chairperson of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) and also the Deputy Secretary General of SADCOPAC, is scheduled to leave for Arusha, Tanzania on the 28th August 2013. The purpose of his visit is to attend the SADCOPAC Office Bearers and Governing Council meetings which will be held from 30th August to 1st September 2013.
The Honourable Member will be joined by the following Members of PAC on the 31st August, 2013 to attend the 10th SADCOPAC Annual Conference and Annual General Meeting from 2nd – 7th September 2013.

1. Hon. Kagiso Patrick Molatlhegi, MP.  – Member.
2. Hon. Prince Mooketsi Maele, MP.   – Member.
3. Hon. Isaac Stephen Mabiletsa, MP.   – Member.
4. Hon. Moiseraele Master Goya, MP.   – Member.

This year’s theme is “Enhancing Parliamentary Scrutiny in the use of Public Resources.” The conference will also mark the 10th Anniversary of SADCOPAC and witness an official launching of the African Organisation of Public Accounts Committees (AFROPAC).


During the 9th SADCOPAC Annual conference which was held in Mpumalanga South Africa from 3rd to 6th September 2012, members from three organisations EAAPAC, SADCOPAC and WAAPAC declare that “The leadership of SADCOPAC together with WAAPAC and EAAPAC initiate earnest discussions towards the realization or establishment of AFROPAC in the next 18 months.

Objectives for the establishment of an AFROPAC
• To improve cooperation among the member countries in relation to parliamentary oversight, in spite of differing political, economic and social systems;
• To create a structure where members can network with the view to sharing best practices, and, where appropriate, harmonizing and standardizing the work of Public Accounts Committees in Africa; 
• To strengthen the capacity of PACs to effectively fulfill their mandate through structured capacity building initiatives;
• To foster strong, mutually beneficial relations between PACs and SAIs;
• To actively seek out institutional capacity building partners from within the PAC community and within the donor community to support and strengthen its members, and
• To create a collaborative platform where self-sustaining PACs can share knowledge and potentially, resources with developing PACs.

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