Financial Management

Financial Management

The financial accounting system and the preparation of the financial statements of Natural Justice are conducted and prepared according to the Generally Accepted Accounting Practices (GAAP) of South Africa. Its current policy of procurement of goods and/or services is aimed at achieving the best value for money, and employees tasked with the procurement of goods and services are required to maintain high ethical standards to ensure that the organization’s business is conducted in a manner that is above reproach.

The financial management and maintenance of records are conducted in the most effective, efficient, and transparent manner to remain accountable to stakeholders, funders, employees, and the community. Financial monitoring and oversight is achieved by regular internal review of financial reports, quarterly financial accounting checks carried out by an external firm of accountants, and an annual audit conducted by an auditing company. In addition, the annual financial statements of Natural Justice, together with a narrative report of its activities, are submitted to the Department of Social Development annually in November.

 

Publications

Natural Justice Constitution
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2011-2012 Annual Report
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2010-2011 Annual Report
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2009 Annual Report
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2008 – 2009 Annual Report
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