Siphele Madikizela CA (SA)
Siphelele is a founding Director of Zenzo Trading and Projects (Pty) Ltd. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2008. He has a total of 13 years auditing and accounting experience in both private and public sector. His auditing experience includes internal and external auditing of municipalities, public entities, provincial and national government. He holds a B. Com University of Transkei, a B. Acc Hons UKZN, a B Bcompt Hons Unis, and as well as a CA (SA.
He is a registered member of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), and the Institute of Registered Auditors (IRBA). He previous memberships includes: Risk Management Committee Chairperson at Chief Albert Luthuli Municipality, Risk Management Committee Chairperson at Bushbuckridge Municipality, Audit Committee member at uMzimkhulu Municipality, Audit Committee member at CahttsSeta, Board member at Mineworkers Provident Fund, Audit Committee member at Mine Qualifying Authority (MQA), Audit Committee member Mine Health and Safety Council; and his current memberships are: Board member (Independent Trustee) at Bridging Provident Fund, Audit Committee Member and Investment Committee Member at Bridging Provident Fund, Board member at Aids Foundation, Audit Committee Chairperson at Aids Foundation, Deputy Audit Committee Chairperson at HW Seta, Non-Executive Chairperson at uZulu Business Solutions, Audit Committee Chairperson at Ingwe FET College, Audit Committee Member at Magalies Water.
He has worked for the National Union of Mineworkers as a Regional Accountant from 2003 to 2005, He has worked for Sekela Consulting as an Audit Consultant from 2005 to 2006, and as well as for Ilitha Lelizwe Consulting (Pty) Ltd as a Director of Operations.
- - International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
- - Generally Recognised Practice (GRAP)
- - Generally Accepted Municipal Accounting Practice (GAMAP)
- - Public Finance Management Act (PFMA)
- - Treasury Regulations
- - Municipal Finance Management Act (MFMA)
- - Division of Revenue Act (DORA) knowledge
- - Standard Charts of Accounts (SCOA)
Our Reporting Structure
Reporting structure refers to the authority relationships in a company -- who reports to whom. For small businesses with only a couple of employees, that structure is often self-evident: Everyone reports to the owner. With enough new employees, though, coordinating everyone’s efforts will likely demand a formal organizational structure. This framework establishes who is in charge of different tasks, departmental areas and the organization as a whole. These authority boundaries and the relationships among people in authority serve to create the reporting structure.