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South African regulator appoints new chairman

The South African regulator, the Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors (IRBA), has announced the appointment of Abel Dlamini as chairman of the board as well as its new board members.

Dlamini is the executive chairman of SekelaXabiso, a South African black-owned professional firm specialising in Internal Audit, IT Audit, Forensic Audit and Business Consulting. He is a member of South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) and the Institute of Internal Auditors South Africa.

Members of the board are appointed by the Minister of Finance according to the Auditing Profession Act 26 of 2005.

The appointed board members are:

  • Thiru Pillay
  • Nkabaneng Mashile  
  • Zuziwe Ntsalaze
  • Martie Janse van Rensburg
  • Iqbal Motala,
  • Madoda Petros
  • Joe Lesejane Matshepo More

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