SAICA offers three reputable professional accounting and business designations from a foundational to a strategic level of accounting and business competence –

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

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Top-35-under-35 2020 Finalist: Nomonde Mdingi (née Holomisa)

Nomonde Mdingi started her career at FirstRand Bank where she completed her articles and qualified as a CA(SA). After articles she joined RMB’s Investment Banking Division as a deal maker in leveraged finance. She is well known for her debt advisory, debt arranging and debt funding capabilities for investment holding companies and BEE groups, as…

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Top-35-under-35 2020 Finalist: Nancy Chakabuda

Nancy’s career spans more than 12 years in auditing, internal controls, risk management, process improvement, and corporate governance. She currently leads the Internal Controls function for the Africa Middle East (AME) region for Cummins Inc, a global power leader and Fortune 200 American multinational. In this role, Nancy has successfully implemented a data analytics-driven strategy…

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Top-35-under-35 2020 Finalist: Mojalefa ‘Jeff’ Mosala

In his role as business ethics and financial accounting lecturer, Mojalefa ‘Jeff’ Mosala has a unique opportunity to shape the minds of future chartered accountants in a fast-changing world. Since joining the University of the Free State, he has demonstrated his passion for education and the development of the profession. He received the Innovative Teaching…

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Top-35-under-35 2020 Finalist: Mbalenhle Zulu

Mbalenhle is an associate professor and a PhD candidate at the University of South Africa. She also a Comrades Marathon medallist. Her career spans more than 11 years in both corporate and academia, and she has held positions ranging from management accounting manager to finance manager in corporate. She joined academia in 2014 due to…

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Top-35-under-35 2020 Finalist: Millycent Mashele

‘Should I wait until I’m rich to give back?’ This is what Millycent always envisioned until she realised who she truly is. Her mother did not have much according to society standards, but she moulded Millycent into the woman she is today − a chartered accountant who is a symbol of hope for village boys…

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Top-35-under-35 2020 Finalist: Manqoba Kubheka

Manqoba Kubheka is a chartered accountant on a quest to make his mark in the development of internationally competitive African businesses. He began his career as a trainee accountant at SizweNtsalubaGobodo (now SNG Grant Thornton) and left the firm as assurance audit manager, having been the only manager in his year to be promoted to…

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Top-35-under-35 2020 Finalist: Mahomed Sader

Mahomed has always loved cars. Their design, performance and the excitement they evoke in him is one of his earliest memories. Thus when he had the opportunity to join BMW Supertech after he completed his articles in 2012 after a six-month overseas secondment with PwC in Indianapolis USA, it felt to him like the perfect…

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Top-35-under-35 2020 Finalist: Kevin Ssemwogerere

Kevin began his professional career as an academic article clerk at the University of the Witwatersrand followed by audit articles at KPMG. Thereafter he joined Standard Bank Group in deal structuring investment banking where he was awarded the Mark of Excellence finalist prize. He is currently a Digital Innovation Intrapreneur Lead in the CIB Digital…

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