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scopa

(ˈskəʊpə)
n, pl -pae (-ˌpiː)
(Zoology) a tuft of hairs on the abdomen or hind legs of bees, used for collecting pollen
[C19: from Latin, used only in pl scopae twigs, brush]

SCOPA

(ˈskəʊpə)
(in South Africa) n acronym for
Standing Committee on Public Accounts
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For the third year in succession, not a single provincial department received a clean audit, with local Standing Committee on Public Accounts (SCOPA) Chairperson, Max Mhlati, declaring this March, 'there are no consequences for non-compliance,' which he says is crippling the administration.
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The authors thank Professor Antonio Scopa from University of Basilicata for his constructive suggestions.
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A call by the Standing Committee on Public Accounts (Scopa) to have central hospitals run autonomously has been widely welcomed.