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The Future Of Chartered Accountancy at UKZN



The Future Of Chartered Accountancy at UKZN

The Future Of Chartered Accountancy at UKZN. The pursuit of a career in Chartered Accountancy requires dedication, perseverance, and a strong academic foundation. For these five graduates from UKZN, the journey towards becoming CAs has been both challenging and rewarding.

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Navigating Challenges

Ms Leighann Chetty, reflecting on her journey, acknowledges the difficulties of adapting to virtual learning. However, her perseverance paid off as she not only passed her degree but also received it with distinction. Her advice to fellow students echoes the sentiment of resilience and determination in the face of adversity.

Similarly, Mr Zinedine Diplall, fueled by his passion for numbers, embarked on his academic journey with a clear goal in mind – to become a CA. Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, Diplall remained steadfast in his pursuit, setting an inspiring example for his siblings and peers.

Seizing Opportunities

For Ms Amanda Dube, the decision to pursue Chartered Accountancy was solidified after attending developmental camps organized by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA). She recognizes the importance of ethical practice in the profession and is determined to contribute positively to the field.

Aiming for Excellence

Ms Maseeha Mahomedy academic achievements, coupled with her dedication to her studies, have earned her Dean Commendations and recognition as a mentor. Her aspirations extend beyond academic success, as she aims to make a significant impact in the accounting industry, particularly within the Big Four auditing firms.

Celebrating Achievements

For Ms Ashmika Somaroo, graduating cum laude and receiving the UKZN-SAICA Top Achiever Award are significant milestones. Despite the disruptions caused by the pandemic, Somaroo remains focused on her goal of qualifying as a CA and gaining valuable experience in the accounting field.


The stories of Leighann Chetty, Zinedine Diplall, Amanda Dube, Maseeha Mahomedy, and Ashmika Somaroo exemplify the spirit of determination, resilience, and excellence that defines UKZN commitment to producing future leaders in Chartered Accountancy.

As they continue their journey towards becoming CAs, they serve as inspirations to aspiring accountants, proving that with dedication and perseverance, anything is possible in the dynamic field of accounting. UKZN stands proud, knowing that its graduates are poised to make significant contributions to the accounting profession, both locally and internationally.

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