82: Innocent Gumbochuma
CFO - Quality Council for Trades and Occupations
The Quality Council for Trades and Occupations is a public sector entity run with a private sector mentality and this high standard of integrity has ensured that the QCTO received a clean audit for the fourth consecutive year.
77: Patricia Pillay
CEO – Beer Association of South Africa
The liquor industry has been battered by lockdown bans on the sale of alcohol, with over 8000 licensed establishments declared bankrupt, CEO of the Beer Association of South Africa, Patricia Pillay, is optimistic but under no illusion that it will be a tough road ahead.
66: Richard Beddow
Chairman - South African Association of Treasury Advisors
SAATA’s chairman, Richard Beddow, explains what the motivation was behind the formation of this association representing treasury advisors, and he also shares how SARB is becoming much more progressive towards cryptocurrencies.
55: Professor Ian Ball
Professor of Practice - Public Financial Management - School of Accounting and Commercial Law -Victoria University
With a debt level that was deemed unacceptable by the New Zealand government, it set about improving the performance of government agencies and the fiscal management system.
54: Rajen Pillay
Rajen Pillay – CEO Garuda Capital
Professor Rajen Pillay, CEO of Garuda Capital and Faculty Member of Economic and Financial Sciences at the University of Johannesburg, explains why Africa is the market of the future following the ratification of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AFCFTA).
22 July 2020
53: Buhle Hanise
Buhle Hanise explains why the SA vehicle market excites BAIC
It takes some guts to introduce new vehicle models into the market in the midst of an economic downturn, but that does not faze Buhle Hanise, CFO at BAIC South Africa. The Chinese vehicle producer is investing R11 billion in production facilities and sees plenty of opportunity in the South African vehicle market. Hanise explains why this makes sense at this time.
28 July 2020
52: Armand Wolmarans
Chief Financial Officer: Prosperios Consulting
Armand Wolmarans is part of a new breed of CFO guns for hire, bringing high level CFO experience to smaller and medium-sized companies. At a time when many companies are in need of funding, strategic or turnaround advice, this is likely to be one of the big trends emerging from the Covid-19 lockdown.
8 April 2020
24: Richard Brooks
Investigative Journalist – Private Eye Magazine, and author of Bean Counters: The Triumph of the Accountants and How They Broke Capitalism.
Investigative journalist, Richard Brooks, has written a fascinating book chronicling the history of accounting, from Medici to modern day tax havens.
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