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Accounting Technician [AT(SA)], Associate General Accountant [AGA(SA)] and Chartered Accountant [CA(SA)].

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Top 35-under-35 2023 Finalist: Boitumelo Loate CA(SA)

Portfolio Manager – Multi-Asset and Investment Analyst at 36ONE Asset Management Boitumelo Loate CA(SA) holds an MBA from Oxford University (cum laude) and an MCom from Wits University. Boitumelo’s unique blend of technical expertise (data analysis, risk management and portfolio optimisation) and financial acumen positions her as an effective co-portfolio manager at 36ONE, utilising technology…

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Top 35-under-35 2023 Finalist: George Sarpong CA(SA)

Head of Management Accounting at Nelson Mandela University George Sarpong is the current division head of Management Accounting and Finance at Nelson Mandela University. He also assists with managing the Management Accounting division at Rhodes University. Through his empathetic approach to leadership and mentoring he has been able to successfully lead his two teams through…

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Top 35-under-35 2023 Finalist: Lerato Phelane CA(SA)

Lerato Phelane is a 33-year-old chartered accountant with over a decade of experience in both internal and external audit. She specialises in providing exceptional service to clients in the healthcare sector, public sector, mining, and metals, as well as the energy and resources sector. Having earned the CA(SA) designation, she brings an unparalleled level of…

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Top 35-under-35 2023 Finalist: Renier Wessels CA(SA)

Renier Wessels’ professional journey is a testament to his dynamic and multifaceted career. As a CA with over a decade’s experience in assurance, data, programming and process automation, Renier has honed his skills across a wide range of industries. His managerial-level service to clients in sectors as diverse as manufacturing, telecoms, insurance and agriculture has…

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Manage your Practice: How do you value small practices?

Understanding of various factors. Whether you’re a buyer or a seller, knowing how to accurately assess the value of a practice is crucial for a successful transaction. Let’s delve into the methods and metrics that should be considered to ensure an accurate and unbiased valuation. Understanding the valuation methods used for small accounting practices There…

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Manage your Practice: Work–life balance equals self-care

We often hear about the importance of finding work–life balance. Why is this important? Perhaps because finding work–life balance is a form of self-care. We are all familiar with the concept of self-care and modern-day society often highlights the benefits. There are many positive outcomes in implementing self-care. Stress levels are reduced, less anxiety, a…

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