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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 2020: Mojalefa Mosala

Business Ethics and Financial Accounting Lecturer, University of the Free State Re-imagining future leaders for erratic times through an unconventional approach The world is currently under various levels of restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has altered how we live our lives. What I thought was a haze turned into a storm that will…

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Top 35-under-35 2020: Nancy Chakabuda

Africa Middle East Controls Leader, Cummins Africa Middle East Integrity: The principle that never fails As the world faces a significant amount of volatility, uncertainty, socio-economic issues and events that will one day define our history, a spotlight turns towards the landscape of the moral leader, business integrity, and how we deal with everyday ethical…

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Top 35-under-35 2020: Nomonde Mdingi

Leveraged Finance Transactor at Rand Merchant Bank What-if scenarios: Ctrl-Alt-Delete How many times have the ‘what-if’ scenarios in your head stopped you from taking a leap of faith? If you are a woman, my guess is too many times to count. Sometimes we are presented with opportunities of a lifetime but because we are socialised…

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Top 35-under-35 2020: Ntokozo Mojapelo

Director at SizweNtsalubaGobodo Grant Thornton (SNG Grant Thornton) Time is of the essence The year 2020 has doubtless been one of the most difficult years in recent memory. No one could have foreseen the damage and disruption the COVID-19 pandemic has brought, wreaking havoc across all spheres of life. Its effects on the economy, society,…

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Top 35-under-35 2020: Petri Basson

Director IT Advisory: KPMG in the Cayman Islands What does the rise of digital assets mean for the CA of the future? In 2020 alone, we have seen some massive developments in the digital assets space: China announced that they were testing a digital yuan; public companies such as MicroStrategy and Square invested a percentage…

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Top 35-under-35 2020: Precious Mdlalose

Senior Associate, Subsidiaries and Significant Investments, Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) Rising from the ashes At the beginning of 2020, I declared it the year of change, of prosperity, of new beginnings, renewal, spring; I declared it MY year. 2020 turned out to be the most significant year for my generation. In the same way that…

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Top 35-under-35 2020: Rolihlahla Vuzane

Senior Lecturer, Walter Sisulu University (NMD) The second 25 years of my life I knew my life would involve sacrifices, hard work and an overwhelming amount of discipline. As a young boy, I dreamed of becoming a chartered accountant and the most educated individual in the Vuzane family. I thought it would be simple, not…

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Top 35-under-35 2020: Scott Needham

Head of Alternative Investments, AlphaWealth Inversion: Thinking like a billionaire Charlie Munger, vice-chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, has a tip for success which is sometimes referred to as billionaire thinking. This is epitomised by Charlie’s quote ‘It is not brilliance that makes Berkshire Hathaway succeed, but rather consistently avoiding stupidity.’ Simply called ‘inversion’, it is a…

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