MEMBERSHIP

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MEMBERSHIP



The CGA-SA designations are all with the exception of general membership in the process of accreditation. There are six levels of accreditations envisaged.







Student Membership

This category of membership is earmarked for university students currently registered for public sector finance qualifications. These members are considered the future captains of the industry in the making. Every professional sector expects its profession to grow continuously and CGA sees a student chapter as a crucial part of the profession and a future source of professional capacity. These members receives invitations to conferences, seminars, etc. On completion of their studies the members qualifies to be included in the category for members in training.

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General Membership

This category of membership is for all individuals who wish to be part of the organisation and they need not be public finance practitioners nor hold any public finance qualifications. These are individuals who have an interest in the matters of public finance and may wish to be updated on sector developments, attend the conferences, and also receive general benefits received by other members. All individuals who wish to be part of the professional body may currently join the organisation and continue to receive the benefits. This category is currently open for application and potential members can send their applications.

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Level 3 – Awaiting accreditation process

This category of membership involves the recognition of prior learning of government finance officials. These are individuals who have worked in government finance departments for at least 10 years and are in possession of a matric certificate. These candidates do not wish to study further. They aim for supervisor posts in government. The members will be exposed to a board exam at their level to demonstrate their level of experience including ethical principles and values. Because these individuals are earmarked for supervisor posts, the board exam will also encompass internal controls question in line with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and Treasury Regulations and Guidelines.

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Level 4 – Awaiting accreditation process

This category of membership is mainly for members in training who are in possession of at least a diploma in Public Finance and Accounting. All members who still have to write the board examination and are still in the process of acquiring the prescribed experience, remains members in training until they pass their relevant board exam.

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Level 5 – Awaiting accreditation process

This category of membership is meant strictly for academic members who are presently involved as PFA lecturers at accredited universities. These members need not acquire the prescribed three years’ experience that other members have to acquire before being certified provided they have been involved in lecturing in PFA for at five years. These members are in possession of at least a Masters or MTech qualification in PFA. These members need to write the board exam and acquire at least the five years lecturing experience before they can be certified.

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Level 6 – Awaiting accreditation process

Now these are the fully fleshed members who are in possession of at least Masters or MTech qualification in PFA. These members have completed their prescribed three years of field experience. They also have passed their board exam and they are finally certified.

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Board Members

Current



Mr Tintibane Thamaga

Chairperson

Email:Tintibane@cgasa.org.za
P.O. Box 197, The Village, Mbombela
Tel 062 134 5086
Web:www.cgasa.org.za

Mr Mduduzi Mbowane

Deputy Chairperson

Email:Mduduzi@cgasa.org.za
P.O. Box 197, The Village, Mbombela
Tel 062 134 5086
Web:www.cgasa.org.za

Ms Khanyisile Mkhabela

Secretary

Email:Khanyisile@cgasa.org.za
P.O. Box 197, The Village, Mbombela
Tel 062 134 5086
Web:www.cgasa.org.za

Ms Happy Shabangu

Deputy Secretary

Email:Happy@cgasa.org.za
P.O. Box 197, The Village, Mbombela
Tel 062 134 5086
Web:www.cgasa.org.za

Ms Xolisile Chisale

Treasurer

Email:Xolisile@cgasa.org.za
P.O. Box 197, The Village, Mbombela
Tel 062 134 5086
Web:www.cgasa.org.za

Ms Nombuso Gwebu

Deputy Treasurer

Email:Nombuso@cgasa.org.za
P.O. Box 197, The Village, Mbombela
Tel 062 134 5086
Web:www.cgasa.org.za

Ms Samkelisiwe Jule

Additional Member

Email:Samkelisiwe@cgasa.org.za
P.O. Box 197, The Village, Mbombela
Tel 062 134 5086
Web:www.cgasa.org.za

Mr Mandla Tshobole

Additional Member

Email:Mandla@cgasa.org.za
P.O. Box 197, The Village, Mbombela
Tel 062 134 5086
Web:www.cgasa.org.za

Ms Nonhlanhla Mahlalela

Additional Member

Email:Nonhlanhla@cgasa.org.za
P.O. Box 197, The Village, Mbombela
Tel 062 134 5086
Web:www.cgasa.org.za









Advisory Board Members

Current

Having more than 3 years industrial and 20 years of extensive university research, teaching and administrative experience in South Africa, Swaziland and Botswana.

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Dr Humayun Kabir


Associate Professor, Department of Management Accounting, Durban University of Technology, South Africa

It is our mission to provide our clients with well researched knowledge that is practical, relevant and current; while serving with integrity and excellence and uplifting the communities we are based in through learning and development.

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Ms Millicent Mashele


CA (SA), RA, CIA

Coordinates the activities of all provincial internal audit offices and Committees.Manage internal audit and risk management services. Experience in managing government audit plans and overall supervision of the team and to foster solid client relationships. In relation to Audit Project, Audit Project Execution, Audit Project Reporting, People and Staff Utilisation.

Eastern Cape Provincial Treasury

Ms Sinowethu Bavu


Deputy Director Eastern Cape Provincial Treasury