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Suresh Kana, Senior Partner at PwC Africa has been appointed as the new Board chairman of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountan...
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Suresh Kana is the PwC Senior Partner for Africa.
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Suresh Kana, PwC Africa Senior Partner, says: "From PwC South Africa's perspective, the fact that Nelson Mandela is regarded so highly amongst global leaders bears testimony to this great leader's legacy, and we're very proud to see his contribution recognised in this way.
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Suresh Kana appointed new board chairman for SAICA
Suresh Kana, Senior Partner at PwC Africa has been appointed as the new Board chairman of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), while three South African Chartered Accountants [(CAs(SA)] Sizwe Nxasana, Mfundiso (JJ) Njeke and Jeff van Rooyen have been accorded
Kana, who was Board Vice Chairman and also sits on SAICA's Thuthuka Bursary Fund Board (TBF), was voted into the top position at the institute's annual general meeting yesterday (27 June).
has demonstrated an exceptional passion and strategy for skills development and transformation, therefore, SAICA
will benefit from his
experience and professionalism," says Matlwa.
, a seasoned and experienced CA(SA), said he
was pleased with the board's vote of confidence in him.
priorities during his
emphasises that the skills shortage in the profession and the country at large was a growing concern.
"The lack of numeracy and mathematical skills, in addition to capacity constraints at our tertiary institutions are slowing the progress in closing the skills gap.
Therefore, we will focus on finding solutions to address these challenges," he
says, adding that "as the business world becomes more volatile and more complex, we ensure that the profession stays in sync with the demands of our clients and businesses we serve.