Andile Khumalo CA(SA)
Andile is the CEO of The Brodkast Group, an investor in the Technology, Media and Telecommunication sectors. He is the former Managing Director of POWER 98.7 and former COO of MSG Afrika. Andile is a former investment banker with Investec Corporate Finance, Andile is a former member of the Takeover Regulations Panel, a previous director of South African Airways, the former President of the Association for the Advancement of Black Accountants of Southern Africa (ABASA), and a former member of the FSB’s Directorate of Market Abuse.
Dineshrie Pillay CA(SA)
Dineshrie is a speaker, trainer and workshop facilitator specialising in the subject of leadership development. A qualified Chartered Accountant by profession, Dineshrie offers leadership training interventions and executive coaching.
Brett Tromp CA(SA)
Brett is the Chief Financial Officer of Discovery Health. Brett has extensive experience and successful track record as a Chief Financial Officer with over 15 years’ experience in handling all aspects of financial management and managerial functions. Brett currently also operates as CEO of Discovery’s Health Care Services division which houses its Pharmacy, Wellness business and its Homecare business. Brett regularly deals with Governments in Africa and is spearheading change in corporate reporting to include Health metrics in company reports both in South Africa and the SADC region. In 2015 Brett was named as South Africa’s young (under 40) Chief Financial Officer of the year. As well as the award for the best High Performing Finance team in South Africa.
Abed Tau CA(SA)
Abed is the Co-founder of Thamani Consulting, a Financial Advisory Firm servicing SMME and large business. He is also the Co-Founder and CEO of Tuta-Me, an EdTech business delivering both incontact and online education in the form of tutoring and digital education. In addition he is also the Co-founder Silicon Maboneng , a tech development business that develops apps and systems for SMMEs and big business to make their visions come alive and also add efficiencies in the businesses.
Gugu Mtetwa CA(SA)
Gugu is a senior executive with more than 16 years of experience in the Financial Services and Telecommunications Industries. She has extensive knowledge of insurance and investment management industries, as well as in development financial institutions. Amongst others she serves on the board of the Development Bank of Southern Africa as an independent non-executive director and chairperson of its Audit and Risk Committee. She is also an independent non-executive director of Santam, Italtile, Sasfin bank and the Landbank. She is also a fellow at GIBS at the Center for African Management and Markets. Previous positions include Finance Executive at Vodacom and partner at PwC. In 2014 Gugu was nominated as one of the Top 35 Chartered Accountants in South Africa.
Ismail Lambat CA(SA)
A versatile and results-oriented professional with extensive business and financial acumen gained during a highly successful career spanning over 13 years. Possesses a proven track record of negotiating and effectively dealing with major banks, companies and government entities. Demonstrates excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively and influence major business decisions. Attentive to detail with a practical approach to problem solving and the knowledge required to ensure that sound judgements are made. Enjoys being part of a successful and productive team and thrives in highly pressurised and challenging working environments. Leadership style is based on the premise that collective outputs outweigh the sum of individual outputs. Resilient to any business configuration and form of team diversity and has excelled in cross cultural business environments.
Darren Isaacs CA(SA)
Darren is on a mission with his team at Makosi to change the way public accounting firms deliver work. This requires our clients to go global and on-demand with resourcing strategies, operate virtually as well as forge automation and data analytics strategies. His mantra is “get your hands dirty, figure things out, keep it simple and never give up.”
Linky Olivier CA(SA)
Linky Olivier CA (SA) is the CEO of CAMAF, which is looking after the healthcare needs of approximately 48 000 people. CAMAF has an excellent reputation within the healthcare and accounting industries as a trustworthy and caring healthcare partner.
Before commencing her role at CAMAF, Linky spent 14 years as a senior manager and executive, respectively, in the healthcare administration environment, with CAMAF as a key client throughout the period. She completed her training contract at KPMG and gained two years of audit managerial experience before joining the healthcare industry.
When not spending time strategizing over the future of healthcare, she likes to spend time practicing her photography hobby or socializing with her family and friends.
Linky is available to members for additional CAMAF information. You can reach Linky at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jodi Joseph CA(SA)
Jodi Joseph is a Chartered Accountant (CASA), results driven executive, with incomparable experience in both the financial and operations aspects of business. She completed her articles at Grant Thornton – Kessel Feinstein in the nineties and thereafter joined Investec Bank Limited where she spent 15 years both in London and SA in a variety of Risk Management, Finance and Operational roles. With a real passion for technology she left banking and joined CQS holdings in 2013 as Chief Operating Officer. In 2016 CQS Holdings was acquried by Adapt IT and renamed to CaseWare Africa.
In her role of Divisional Executive of CaseWare Africa – which she assumed in 2018 – Jodi brings the wealth and depth of experience that enables her to drive company performance by motivating her teams and partnering with other executives in the business with the goal of setting and executing growth strategies. Her management style is one of a collaborative mindset that aims to unlock synergies across business units with the goal of ongoing improvement and business growth. She remains a passionate Financial Professional with a love of technology that spends everyday ensuring that CaseWare Africa builds products that make a meaningful difference in the lives of their clients.
Patrick Kabuya CA(SA)
Patrick, a South African Chartered Accountant and Senior Governance Specialist at the World Bank Group, is involved in partnering and supporting African countries to strengthen the accountancy profession, corporate governance, integrated thinking and reporting, and public finance management for the benefit of citizens. He has extensive wealth of skills, knowledge and experience in these areas and global network of social capital. He has been involved in diverse projects across the globe. He is passionate in developing and mentoring young people.
Patrick has served in several leadership positions over the years: Acting World Bank Botswana Resident Representative, Member of International Integrated Reporting Council, convener and member of Africa Integrated Reporting Council, Board member of the Institute of Directors of Southern Africa (IoDSA), Chairman of NEPAD Business Foundation Audit Committee, member of Cricket South Africa Audit Committee, Chairman of Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) South Africa Chapter, amongst others. He served in both EY (Nairobi, Kenya and Johannesburg, South Africa offices) and South Africa Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) before joining the World Bank Group in 2009. He is a Fellow of African Leadership Initiative (a member of Aspen Global Leadership Network).