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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Editorial

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PWC’s Shirley Machaba

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Turner and Townsend

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Trend Group

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MMQSMace’s Nathalie Katumba

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Paragon’s Claire D’Adorante

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Boogertman’s Alasdair Forsyth

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Webber Wentzel

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EY

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Nexia SAB&T

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Mazars

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Avbob’s Frik Rademan

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Deloitte’s Valter Adao

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SNG Grant Thornton’s Aaron Mthimunye

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Spoor & Fisher’s Tshepo Shabangu

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PKF Finalists

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BDO’s Vianca Pretorius

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Ngubane’s Noma Ashom

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Altron

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T-Systems’ Dineo Molefe

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Adapt IT’s Jodi Joseph

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Zutari

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GLH

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Bowmans’ Fatima Laher

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Payspace’s Sandra Crous

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Bosch Capital’s Chris Baloyi

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AECOM’S Kim Timm

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Peotona’s Thandi Orleyn

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Hogan Lovells’ Andrew Skipper

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ENSafrica’s Nozizwe Ncayiyana

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WSP’s John Truter

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Agizo

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Akweni’s Siphosethu Plata


EDITORIAL

THE WINNERS AT SAPSA AWARDS 2020 Construction sector firm of the year – Turner & Townsend Architecture and Design firm of the year – GLH with judges commendation given to Boogertman + Partners Engineering professional of the year – Pierre Olivier (Hatch) Construction sector professional of the year – Nathalie Katumba (MMQSMace) Architecture and Design professional of the year – Claire D’Adorante (Paragon) Engineering young professional of the year – Tony Igboamalu (Aurecon) Construction young professional of the year – Siphosethu Plata (Akweni) Architecture and Design young professional of the year – Alasdair Forsyth (Boogertman + Partners)

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hirley Machaba of PWC is SA’s Best Professional while Turner & Townsend are the recipients of the Best Professional Services Firm Award. There are winners in different fields drawn from two main categories namely the built environment and commerce law and management. “These awards are important as they give visibility to disciplines that are desperately needed in this country. They also reward entities for performing well in important areas such as transformation, customer service, contribution to the community and commitment to ethical best practice,” says Lebo Monyatsi, Head: Group Market Development and Stakeholder Relations at Sanlam. “The SAPSA awards present an opportunity to recognize the contributions made by unsung heroes, our professionals, who, in a lot of cases, labour quietly in the back rooms of industry and commerce, flying their flags high – for their country, their clients and their companies. The awards are certainly an opportunity to encourage others to join their rank and file to continue to take us all forward,” says Raymond Chamboko, Director at W.consulting. The full list of winners is as follows: Lifetime Achievement Awards Fatima Laher (Bowmans), Mteto Nyati (Altron), Sandra Crous (Payspace), Frik Rademan (Avbob), John Truter (WSP), Thandi Orleyn (Peotona) and Andrew Skipper (Hogan Lovells) Engineering firm of the year – Aurecon

Young law professional of the year – Ncayiyana Nozizwe (ENS Africa) Law firm of the year – Webber Wentzel Big 4 firm of the year – EY Accounting firm of the year – Nexia SAB+T with judges commendation for Mazars Consulting firm of the year – Agizo Consulting/management professional of the year – Chris Baloyi (Bosch Capital) Law professional of the year – Tshepo Shabangu (Spoor Fisher) with judges commendation for Christo Els (Webber Wentzel) Big 4 professional of the year – Valter Adao (Deloitte) with judges commendation for Stephen Ntsoane (EY) Accounting professional of the year – Aaron Mthimunye (SNG Grant Thornton) with judges commendation for Charles Mazhindu (PKF) Woman professional of the year – Kim Timm (Aecom) with judges commendation for Noma Ashom (Ngubane) and Vianca Pretorius (BDO) Commerce, Law and Management young professional of the year – Harsha Desai (Deloitte) Digital Industry Firm of the Year – Altron Digital Industry Professional of the Year – Dineo Molefe (T Systems) with judges commendation for Jodi Joseph (Adapt IT) Accounting Leader of the Year – Shirley Machaba (PWC) Overall Professional Services firm of the year – Turner & Townsend Overall Professional of the year – Shirley Machaba (PWC) KC ROTTOK Managing Editor

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PWC’S SHIRLEY MACHABA – ACCOUNTING LEADER AND SA PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR Academically, Machaba holds a degree in accounting as well as a post graduate diploma in auditing and accounting from the University of South Africa. Her academic qualifications extend to two post-graduate programs, including a diploma in integrated reporting from the University of Pretoria and one in corporate governance from Duke University.

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Shirley Machaba, CEO of PwC in Southern Africa, has been crowned both the Accounting Industry Leader of the Year and the Overall Professional of the Year for the 2019/2020 period. The accolades were granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Professionals from various organisations were set to gather at a gala dinner in Montecasino Ball Room on the evening of 19 March 2020 to honour the best amongst them. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the SAPSA Awards event was cancelled and the winners announced. Janette Minnaar, the chair of the adjudication panel explained how the individual winners were determined.

“Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources. We also conferred a number of Lifetime Achievement Awards to deserving recipients who had served their professions faithfully for many years,” said Minnaar. Machaba’s professional background lies in the public sector. She began her career at the office of the Auditor General of South Africa, where she spent nearly a decade and held a variety of roles. She then worked at the Department of Justice in South Africa prior to joining PwC in 2005. She was appointed CEO of PwC Southern Africa in May 2019 becoming the first black woman to occupy the position.

“Ever since her appointment, there have been positive remarks from outside and within the profession,” the judges remarked. “Her humility is not counting herself as an exception is endearing. She recognises that her appointment has the potential impact of inspiring women and the black child to imagine the impossible. Shirley has the admirable vision of building the undisputed number one professional services firm in the country in terms of quality clients and quality people. Her approach of sleeping on a problem will undoubtedly result in success.” Receiving her Awards at her Pretoria residence, Machaba expressed sincere gratitude. “I would like to thank the judges for the Awards. I also would like to thank PwC for allowing me to reimagine the possible and do what I can do best. I would like to also thank my colleagues and family for their unconditional support. These Awards shape me to be an inspiring and courageous leader and they are a product of teamwork so I thank all those who supported me to along the way.”


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TURNER & TOWNSEND IS SA PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FIRM OF THE YEAR 2020

13 Turner & Townsend Directors: Natasia McMahon (left) & Michelle Jackson (right)

Multinational professional services company Turner & Townsend, has been recognised as the best professional services firm in the country for the 2019/2020 season. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. The company also won the Construction Sector Firm of the Year Award and had half a dozen professionals recognised as finalists at the Awards. Michelle Jackson, one of the company directors, received special commendation from the judges in the Construction Sector Professional of the Year category. Janette Minnaar, the chair of the adjudication panel explained how the winners were determined. “The firm awards were based on the following criteria – business growth,

customer service, technical excellence, contribution to the community, contribution to the profession, transformation record and commitment to ethics and professionalism. The criteria were not equally weighted, a strong showing in one category was sufficient to put the firm above the rest,” said Minnaar. It was a solid year for Turner & Townsend Africa business with revenue up ten percent, despite some economic and political uncertainty. This was underpinned by strong performances, in particular in the natural resources sector, in South Africa and in the real estate sector in Kenya, South Africa and Uganda, where they enjoyed successes with clients including Nissan. Turner & Townsend has a superb range of initiatives (15 to be exact) that provide opportunities for the construction profession and for the communities in

which they operate. “Most impressive is that the company offers an ISO certification programme that passes on the ability to compete in a highly complex, technical and progressively international market place and ensures the sustainable development of Qualifying Small Enterprises (QSEs) and Exempt Micro Enterprises (EMEs),” Minnaar added. “We awarded Michelle Jackson special commendation in the Construction due to her versatility,” Minnaar continued. “Since joining Turner and Townsend, she has gained experience in construction project management of major projects in diverse fields. She has assisted with managing the contract administration team and managed energy projects in South Africa and far afield in Nigeria”


TREND GROUP SPECIALISES IN UNIQUE DESIGN-AND-BUILD APPROACH Trend Group has carved out a unique niche for itself as an office interior design and refurbishment specialist, featuring both design-and-build and project management capabilities, covering all aspects of the fit-out process.

Established over a decade ago, and with offices in Johannesburg and Cape Town, Trend Group started out by focusing on project implementation from a development and management perspective, Business Development Director Gavin Dickinson explains. “We ultimately undertake the full refurbishment of commercial, industrial, and retail schemes, overseeing the entire process from start to finish.” A property developer by trade, Dickinson founded the company in conjunction with Meyer Erlank, the current Project Director. Explaining how the evolution to a design-and-build approach came about, Dickinson highlights that the seeds were planted when being tasked to carry out installations in buildings, and then having to outsource the work, often a frustrating process. Trend Group was subsequently approached by a number of international firms, due mainly to its impressive development implementation track record. Over a decade later, Trend Group now comprises four co-directors, including Mohamed Okasha and Derek Weimer, each bringing with them a unique skill set and

wealth of experience. Clients vary from those with a vacant office that needs to designed, built, and fitted-out, to clients with an existing design that simply needs to be built, to international clients with their own in-house design teams that require roll-out assistance. “We fulfil a hybrid role straddling both the design and build ends of the project spectrum,” Dickinson stresses. Trend Group has worked across multiple industries, and undertaken projects for the likes of Google, Citibank, Facebook, Booking.com, Bloomberg, Uber, Red Bull, Unilever, Porsche, Prudential, King Price, Pinsent Masons, Coca-Cola and BBC, among others.

“It’s really important to understand what the client needs, and to meet that need. We are fastidious about delivery. The biggest element is implementation, and for that we always try to be hands-on, and we take our work personally as we believe track record is everything.” “Professionalism, competence, integrity and enjoying what we do are the foundations of our success. The way we behave, collaborate and honour our commitments with clients, consultants, suppliers and work colleagues make the difference. We continue to strengthen our delivery arm, in collaboration with design firms that wish to align themselves with specialist construction companies with a strong track record. We are also keen to focus more on the redevelopment or refurbishment sector, where Trend Group has extensive experience and where we believe there are massive opportunities to repurpose existing buildings,” Dickinson concludes.

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As GLH celebrates 75 years of history, we thank our clients and colleagues for their unwavering support awarding us the SAPSA “Firm of the year - Architecture Class” From the city landmarks of Ponte Tower, the Market Theatre and The Joburg Theatre in the past to the head offices of Standard Bank, Nedbank, ABSA and the experimental projects such as Vodafone SSIC and Witklipfontein Farm, we consistently strive to produce timeless and innovative architecture. One of our core values is the strive for sustainable design and we pride ourselves on having achieved the first 4, first 5 and first 6 Star green rated buildings as well as the first Net Zero Rated building in SA. The COVID-19 has challenged all our established certainties. At GLH, we believe this pandemic has highlighted the weaknesses of our society and will change the way society and businesses will be run in the future. We see this defining year as a new beginning and an opportunity to lay down new foundations for the next generation of GLH Architects: more inclusive, more agile and more in tune with nature. Xavier Huyberechts, Briget Grosskopff, Louise ‘O Raw, Naina Jivan & Leon Fourie GLH ARCHITECTS To explore the future of sustainable architecture, and to take a look back at our iconic history, visit our website www.glh.co.za

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MMQSMACE’S NATHALIE KATUMBA – CONSTRUCTION SECTOR PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR Janette Minnaar, the chair of the adjudication panel explained how the winners were determined. “Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources. We also conferred a number of Lifetime Achievement Awards to deserving recipients who had served their professions faithfully for many years,” said Minnaar. The firm awards were based on the following criteria – business growth, customer service, technical excellence, contribution to the community, contribution to the profession, transformation record and commitment to ethics and professionalism. The criteria were not equally weighted, a strong showing in one category was sufficient to put the firm above the rest.

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Nathalie Katumba, Senior Quantity Surveyor at cost consultancy business MMQSMace, has been awarded the Construction Sector Professional of the Year Award for 2019/2020. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting.

Professionals from various organisations were set to gather at a gala dinner in Montecasino Ball Room on the evening of 19 March 2020 to honour the best amongst them. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the SAPSA Awards event was cancelled and the winners announced in June 2020.

Nathalie is a registered quantity surveyor with the SA Council for the Quantity Surveying Profession and a member of the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors. She joined MMQSMace in 2006 working on projects approximating R7 million and quickly progressed to managing projects in the region of half a billion rand. Her role at the company has included working on the Royal Bafokeng Palace project, managing the Barclays and Transnet accounts and lately overseeing operational and strategic tasks at the firm including the recruitment of staff.

“Thank you very much. It is really an honour to receive this honour during this difficult time when we are experiencing the Covid-19 pandemic,” Katumba said. “I would like to dedicate this Award to my director Mandla Mlangeni for all the mentorship he has given to me throughout the years. I would also like to dedicate it to my husband and my kids.”


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PARAGON’S CLAIRE D’ADORANTE – ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR Design Centre. Her first job was at TPC Architects (now LYT) for two years in its Interiors division. “I guess that is where I developed the interest in creating interior architectural spaces more than how to play with colours and cushions in the space – it is an important part of the work we do,” D’Adorante recalled. “I also did residential, developmental and more bespoke housing for various architecture firms before spending six-and-a-half years in Australia working for a large national architectural practice with multi-disciplinary expertise. I then joined Paragon at the end of 2012.” 18

Claire D’Adorante, Director at leading interior design practice Paragon Interface, has been crowned the Architecture and Design Professional of the Year for the 2019/2020 period.

The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. D’Adorante has a BA Honours Degree in Interior Design from the Greenside

Paragon Interface has recently enjoyed visible success in undertaking two of the biggest projects of their kind in South Africa – Discovery Place and Sasol headquarters. Both projects have been recipients of broad accolades within the industry. The judges of the Awards appreciated that such accomplishments would not have occurred without D’Adorante’ s leadership. She has been instrumental in developing the interiors business of the group from 12 to 22 employees. Her leadership philosophy is collaborative; enjoying guiding people in the right direction, adding her thoughts to make their ideas work.

“It is with great pleasure that I accept this Award,” D’Adorante said. “This Award recognises some of the amazing projects we at Paragon have been involved in over the last five years. We have had incredible opportunities to push the boundaries of what is possible in terms of what workspaces can be and I sincerely thank our clients for the trust they have placed in us to enable these outcomes to become possible. I would also like to thank my partners for their support and my team here at Paragon. This Award comes at a time that our industry is under pressure; even some of our projects cannot be fully enjoyed by our clients. We at Paragon are constantly exploring how we can adapt to a changing world.”


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Boogertman’s projects have scooped accolades on various platforms: Africa Property Investments, GIFA, Steel Awards, Archiboo Web, CORE, PMR and SAPOA. The firm is set apart from other architecture companies by active participation in the Graduate School of Architecture lecture series as well as the Design Scholarship for Africa. From a business growth perspective, the judges noted that the Group has launched an Interiors Turnkey division. “As regards Forsyth, he rightfully sees his position as an opportunity to engage directly with clients on new ways to approach old problems in a way that makes business sense for them and pushes the envelope of design possibility,” the judges remarked. “He is an achiever having come second in the Des Baker design competition and is cited by Bob van Bebber as his number 2 in the Award winning project of Discovery Place. He is unafraid of projects at scale having been fortunate to be exposed to large urban design thinking from very early in his career.”

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Alasdair Forsyth, an Associate Director at Boogertman + Partners architects, has been awarded the Young Professional of the Year Award in the Architecture Class for 2019/2020. In addition, Boogertman

was recognised with a Special Commendation from the Judges in the Architectural Firm of the Year category. The accolades were granted by the SA Professional Services Awards

“This is a fantastic honour and I would like to thank the Awards committee for choosing me,” Forsyth said. “I would also really like to thank Bob Van Bebber my colleague, mentor and friend for nominating me for this Award. It means a tremendous amount for me especially in the current climate where industry in South Africa is in a very tough place. It really is encouraging to receive commendation from our peers. We are excited about the future even though it is tumultuous at the moment, we still look forward to doing great things within the South African construction industry.”


TRUE SUSTAINABILITY IS A RESULT OF DESIGN AND THE PEOPLE WHO MAKE IT HAPPEN Boogertman + Partners is committed to sustainable design. As Gold Founding members of the Green Building Council South Africa, we are proud of our 31 projects that have received Green Star certification, including 2 of which have achieved the highest possible rating of a 6 Star Green Star As-Built rating. Our pioneering focus on green design, however, relies on the support of our clients and the dedication of teams who keep the standards high while seeing projects through to completion. Congratulations to all SAPSA 2020 Award Winners. We see you as well recognised champions of professionalism without whom we cannot build the future.

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WEBBER WENTZEL RECOGNISED AT SAPSA AWARDS 2020 winners were determined. “Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources. We also conferred a number of Lifetime Achievement Awards to deserving recipients who had served their professions faithfully for many years,” said Minnaar. The firm awards were based on the following criteria – business growth, customer service, technical excellence, contribution to the community, contribution to the profession, transformation record and commitment to ethics and professionalism. The criteria were not equally weighted, a strong showing in one category was sufficient to put the firm above the rest.

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Leading full-service law firm Webber Wentzel has been recognised as the best legal practice in the country for the 2019/2020 season. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting.

Christo Els, Senior Partner at the firm, received special commendation from the judges in the Law Professional of the Year category.

Webber Wentzel was named African Law Firm of the Year (Large Practice) at the Africa Legal Awards 2019. The firm further impressed SAPSA judges with its transformation and diversity agenda having achieved 62% female and 59% black staff complement. Additionally, the judges really liked the idea of a professional services firm that is investing time and effort into entrepreneurship. The selection of start-ups and scale-ups to support through the Webber Wentzel Ignite Legal Incubation Programme was viewed as a very noble initiative.

Janette Minnaar, the chair of the adjudication panel explained how the

“Christo Els’ received special commendation for his contribution to the formalisation of the firm’s association with reputable international legal organisation Linklaters,” the judges remarked. “A further example of great leadership is the Transformation Sponsorship Programme Christo introduced geared towards enhancing the retention of black professionals. That a record of participant progress is kept is indicative that the programme has measurable targets and the firm is walking the talk in implementing this initiative.”


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EY RETAINS BIG 4 FIRM OF THE YEAR AWARD

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Stephen Ntsoane (left) receives trophy from Wilfred Ngubane at the last event held in 2019

Leading full-service accounting and advisory firm EY has once again been recognised as the best Big 4 practice in the country for the 2019/2020 season. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Stephen Ntsoane, Assurance Leader, received special commendation from the judges in the Big 4 Professional of the Year category. Janette Minnaar, the chair of the adjudication panel explained how the winners were determined. “Individuals were judged based on a host

of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources. We also conferred a number of Lifetime Achievement Awards to deserving recipients who had served their professions faithfully for many years,” said Minnaar. The firm awards were based on the following criteria – business growth, customer service, technical excellence, contribution to the community, contribution to the profession, transformation record and commitment to ethics and professionalism. The criteria were not equally weighted, a strong showing in one category was sufficient to

put the firm above the rest. The judges of the Awards indicated that they continue to admire EY for a number of reasons including their recognition of entrepreneurs both locally and on the world stage. The firm continues to exhibit ethical execution of professional services within the accounting arena. Furthermore, EY scores highly in its contribution to the community through the NextGen programme and embracing transformation through the targeted 51% black ownership by the end of 2020. EY were also deserved winners in the Reporting Accountants category at the Dealmakers Awards 2019.

“As for Ntsoane’s commendation, it is impressive that at a fairly young age he has been tasked with heading the Assurance division which is the heart-beat and DNA of the organisation. He takes mentorship seriously, believing in story telling as a means to mentor young professionals within and outside of EY. His story is one of perseverance, from humble beginnings in Soweto studying through multiple universities and obtaining experience through a couple of firms to becoming a chartered accountant and partner of one of the world’s most recogniseable audit brands.”


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NEXIA SAB&T WINS ACCOUNTING FIRM OF THE YEAR AWARD 2020 have a strong nominee in Fazel Sulaman. He views his position as COO as a huge leap and he wakes up daily thinking about the 400 people directly affected by his actions. The judges further liked that Fazel ranks respect as a critical value in the workplace regardless of position held. His management style is diplomatic but says things as they are when the need to be direct arise. We note his role as an alternate committee member at the SA Auditing Profession Trust Initiative.” Janette Minnaar, the chair of the adjudication panel explained how the winners were determined. “Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources. We also conferred a number of Lifetime Achievement Awards to deserving recipients who had served their professions faithfully for many years,” said Minnaar.

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Nexia SAB&T CEO Bashier Adam

Accounting, auditing and consulting firm Nexia SAB&T has been recognised as the best accounting practice in the country for the 2019/2020 season. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Fazel Sulaman, a partner based at the

Centurion office, was one of the finalists for the Professional of the Year Award in the Commerce Law and Management Category.

The firm awards were based on the following criteria – business growth, customer service, technical excellence, contribution to the community, contribution to the profession, transformation record and commitment to ethics and professionalism. The criteria were not equally weighted, a strong showing in one category was sufficient to put the firm above the rest.

“Nexia SAB&T has consistently performed well in this category having won it twice in the last two ceremonies,” the judges remarked. “They once again

“Nexia SAB&T is an award-winning audit firm having scooped several accolades recently including winning the firm of the year in the Nexia International network and the High Growth Firm of the Year from Sage,” the judges said. “The firm also scooped awards from the Digital Accountancy Forum and PMR. Further, Nexia SAB&T scores highly for initiatives they have engaged in during the period under review, notably the launching of a Foundation to bedrock their support for the Reach for a Dream Foundation and their ground-breaking Herstory campaign that honours the professional woman.”


MAZARS RECEIVES COMMENDATION AT SAPSA AWARDS 2020

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Mazars South Africa Co-CEO Anoop Ninan

Accounting, auditing and advisory firm Mazars has received special commendation in the category of best accounting practice for the 2019/2020 season. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Co-CEOs Michelle Olckers and Anoop Ninan were both finalists in the Accounting Leader of the Year category. In South Africa, Mazars is a top-six audit, tax and advisory firm by audit fee income, and one of Africa’s largest audit firms. The company works with a wide range of clients – from private clients and local businesses to large corporate companies and global organisations. It is one of the country’s oldest audit firms having been

established in the early 1950’s. Janette Minnaar, the chair of the adjudication panel explained how the winners were determined. “Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources. We also conferred a number of Lifetime Achievement Awards to deserving recipients who had served their professions faithfully for many years,” said Minnaar. The firm awards were based on the following criteria – business growth, customer service, technical excellence, contribution to the community, contribution to the profession,

transformation record and commitment to ethics and professionalism. The criteria were not equally weighted, a strong showing in one category was sufficient to put the firm above the rest. “The judges took note of the work Mazars is doing in grooming the youth for the workplace through the Youth Empowerment Initiative that has achieved measurable and sustainable success. The company has also made significant strides during the year, winning the audit of Sygnia Group and breaking new ground with the launch of a financial services offering. We further note that Mazars was a recent recipient of an award from the French Consulate as well as recent rankings in Dealmaker Awards and Top Employers of Choice.”


FRIK RADEMAN GRANTED LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Frik Rademan, the recently retired CEO of mutual insurance society Avbob, has been granted a Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Management. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting.

successful without the love and support of many people in my life. First of all, I would like to thank the Almighty. Then I would like to thank my wife Sarah and our children Francois and Chantel for supporting me every step of the way. I would also thank each and every person in the group as well all pensioners and stakeholders. I would also like to thank my Exco team and main board.”

“I am very humbled to receive this Award,” said Rademan. “I did not expect to be honoured for something that I have loved to do for nearly 38 years of my life. Of course, it was not easy. As we all know, all great things come with a lot of effort. I would not have been

AVBOB is the largest mutual assurance society in the southern hemisphere founded by HH van Roojien in the midst of the Spanish Flu in 1918. As a mutual society, it is owned by its members and all the profits the group generates are distributed in the form of bonuses and funeral benefits.


DELOITTE’S VALTER ADAO CROWNED BIG 4 PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR businesses or identifying high value, innovative business opportunities, and rapidly commercialising them into sustainable businesses. Valter was previously the leader and founding director of Monitor Deloitte, following Deloitte’s acquisition of the Monitor group. Valter is also a member of Deloitte’s Global Innovation Executive Committee, and Africa’s Life Sciences and Healthcare Industry Leader.

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Valter Adao, Chief Digital and Innovation Officer at Deloitte Africa, has been crowned the Big 4 Professional of the Year for the 2019/2020 period. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting.

ecosystem to assist organisations in understanding and undergoing Digital Transformation whilst uplifting their Digital Experiences and becoming Digital at the Core, in order to remain viable and competitive in a world of ever-changing digital technologies.

As Deloitte Africa’s Chief Digital and Innovation Officer, Valter oversees Deloitte’s Digital and Innovation portfolios. He leads a diverse team of specialists who create a leading digital

He is a corporate entrepreneur with extensive experience in building new businesses across a variety of industries. He works mostly with blue-chip clients assisting them in re-imagining their

“Having received special commendation in the previous edition of these Awards, the judges found it fit to reconsider Valter Adao for the winner’s trophy in 2020,” Head Judge Janette Minnaar remarked. “He has done and continues to excel within the digital space despite not being a conventional ‘IT professional’. We like that he was part of those that identified technology as a gap for business re-imagination rather than a marketing or support accessory. Despite being an advocate for tech, Valter still recognises that people development remains a priority for any professional services firm. Finally, his participation as a faculty member of the Singularity University made him a stand-out nominee from the other interviewees in the digital industry category.” Deloitte were also recipients of the Young Professional of the Year in the Commerce, Law and Management Category granted to Harsha Desai, a manager at the firm.


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SNG GRANT THORNTON’S AARON MTHIMUNYE CROWNED ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR

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Aaron Mthimunye (left) receives trophy from SAPSA Judge Valentine Nti at the last event held in 2019

Aaron Mthimunye, Managing Director of the Assurance Division of SNG Grant Thornton, has been crowned the Accounting Professional of the Year for the 2019/2020 period. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Janette Minnaar, the chair of the adjudication panel explained how the winners were determined. “Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources. We also conferred a number of Lifetime Achievement

Awards to deserving recipients who had served their professions faithfully for many years,” said Minnaar. Mthimunye grew up in the 1980’s in a semi-rural area in KwaMhlanga - KwaNdebele, in the Mpumalanga Province. He wanted to be either a Doctor or Engineer. However in Grade 11, Physical Science was discontinued as they did not have a qualified teacher and as a result he was introduced to Accounting. He later enrolled at Wits University for a B. Com Degree and completed the Certificate in the Theory of Accountancy through the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal. His articles were served through Deloitte after which he joined the Corporate Finance division of African Merchant Bank.

“Having received a special commendation from SAPSA in 2019, the judges were of the view that Aaron should be considered once more for a win in this category,” Minnaar said. “Aaron is undoubtedly a great contributor to both the company he works for and the profession to which he belongs. He has an impressive profile having taken a leading role in the restructuring that the organisation has undergone. He has been part of the team that can take credit for the Telkom IPO and the merger between SNG and Grant Thornton which led to SNG having an actuarial offering. In addition, the judges were impressed by his leadership philosophy of “walking the mile” with colleagues and helping them progress to higher levels of leadership.”


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SPOOR & FISHER’S TSHEPO SHABANGU CROWNED LEGAL PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR “We noted her contribution to the profession as the past president of SAIIPL and sitting on the Council of the Law Society of the Northern Provinces (LSNP), the regional body regulating attorneys in South Africa,” the judges remarked. “She is an outstanding example for women in the legal profession having been recognised internationally by WIPR in their inaugural listing of influential women in IP. Her leadership philosophy is collaborative yet bold and sensible, ‘to respectfully listen to dissenting views, and in certain instances, have the courage to stand alone on some issues’”

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Tshepo Shabangu, Partner at intellectual property specialist law firm Spoor & Fisher, has been crowned the Law Professional of the Year for the 2019/2020 period. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Ms Shabangu is a qualified attorney, trademark practitioner and notary public. She specializes in local and international selection, clearance and

registration of trademarks, due diligence investigations and Intellectual Property (“IP”) portfolio management. She is a partner and immediate past chairperson of the century old boutique IP firm, Spoor & Fisher. She is the past president of the South African Institute of Intellectual Property Law (SAIIPL) and sat on the Council of the Law Society of the Northern Provinces (LSNP), the regional body regulating attorneys in South Africa.

“Heartfelt thanks to my heavenly father Jehovah God. I applaud SAPSA for creating this platform for professionals from various sectors to be recognised,” Shabangu said in her acceptance speech. “I would like to thank my parents who nurtured me. I cannot forget my husband, children and sisters and much gratitude to my firm Spoor & Fisher for creating an environment of excellence.” Shabangu went on to acknowledge the Law Society of South Africa and the International Bar Association for the role they played in augmenting her knowledge. She further thanked her colleagues in the legal profession including the judiciary as well as those in business who continue to act as her advisors.


PKF’S THEO VERMAAK – FINALIST FOR ACCOUNTING LEADER OF THE YEAR AWARD SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting.

Theo Vermaak, National Chairpersion of PKF South Africa, has been recognised as a finalist for the Accounting Leader of the Year Award for the 2019/2020 period. The recognition was by the

Vermaak graduated from the then University of the Orange Free State in 1994 with a B. Compt (Hons) degree, on the path to becoming a Chartered Accountant. He completed his training through Coopers & Lybrand that later became PWC Durban. Since 2001, PKF has been part of his life in many different forms, including when he started his first professional training company in partnership with PKF South Africa in 2003. He took up

the position of National Chairman on 1 June 2018. “Theo has an impressive profile in leadership in the profession having served as the Chairman of the Forum of Firms where he regularly engaged with global standard setters,” the SAPSA judges said. “He acknowledges that whereas leadership traits may come naturally, a need to learn and improve is always essential as demonstrated by his engaging a leadership coach at a time when things were not going so well. He has the admirable vision of strengthening the PKF brand, incorporating technology into processes and service delivery while maintaining a personal approach and expanding service capability.”

PKF’S CHARLES MAZHINDU RECEIVES SAPSA JUDGES COMMENDATION Charles Mazhindu, Partner at Accounting and Audit firm PKF Octagon, has received special commendation in the category of Accounting Professional of the Year for the 2019/2020 period. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Mazhindu joined the EY Durban office as a trainee accountant in 1994. He left EY in 1998 and joined Argil Pty Ltd as a Manager (an advisory business 40% owned by EY and 60% by African Investments Limited (now known as Phembani). He later joined the South African Breweries as a Commodity Manager doing procurement and subsequently ran his own practice before rejoining EY as a partner in 2012. He joined PKF Octagon in June 2019.

“Charles comes across as strong in mentorship through providing this informally to junior colleagues both in and out of the workplace,” the SAPSA judges said. “His view is that if he can help others avoid the mistakes he made along the way, he would have made a significant contribution to their lives. Further, Charles has taken a bold step of leaving the comfort of a Big 4 entity to assuming a ‘sole partnership’ role within PKF Octagon where he is already contributing to the transformation and business growth of the firm.”

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BDO’S VIANCA PRETORIUS RECOGNISED AT SAPSA AWARDS 2020 the partnership. Vianca holds two Masters degrees, one in International Financial Reporting Standards from the University of Pretoria and one in Taxation from the University of the North West. 2014 marked the year that Vianca was selected as one of the Top 35 under 35 Chartered Accountants in South Africa in a competition organized by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants and later that year was one of five finalists for the Young Professional of the Year at the SA Professional Services Awards. Vianca’s client base comprises mostly of major subsidiaries in public interest companies and a number of privately held businesses within the financial services, and retail industry.

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“It is impressive that at a fairly young age she has been tasked with acting as the sign off partner for several listed engagements,” the judges remarked. “ Despite being an audit partner with an impressive portfolio, Vianca exhibits a caring attitude for development of other staff listing her heading up of the learning and development of her firm as the most memorable of her career.” Vianca Pretorius, an assurance partner at audit and advisory firm BDO, has received special recognition for her contribution to the South African professional services industry. The Special Commendation in the Woman Professional of the Year category was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting.

Ms Pretorius was further recognised as a finalist for the Accounting Professional of the Year Award. Vianca Pretorius is a Partner within the Audit division at BDO Johannesburg. Her career took off in 2010 when she was appointed as a national training manager of a large Auditing Firm, and by 2013 she had been appointed to

While accepting the commendation, Vianca thanked the judges and her colleagues. She expressed that while experience is important, skill and passion from young women in the corporate environment is important for companies and they should therefore be given a chance at the boardroom table.


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NGUBANE’S NOMA ASHOM RECEIVES JUDGES COMMENDATION – WOMAN PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR

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Noma Ashom, Managing Director of national audit and assurance firm Ngubane & Co., has received special recognition for her contribution to the South African professional services industry. The Special Commendation in the Woman Professional of the Year category was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Noma was further recognised as a finalist in the Professional of the Year Award in the Accounting Class of the Commerce, Law and Management Category. Noma obtained her B.Com degree from University of KwaZulu-Natal before joining PwC.

“While at PwC I gained enormous experience in the mining division where together with my mentor developed the training champion programme to help trainees who were not performing well.” In 2010, she was seconded to work at PwC Lagos, Nigeria for three years and on her return joined SASOL’s oil technical division. She joined Ngubane & Co. in 2017 after spending a few years running her own accounting practice. “We were impressed that Noma is the Deputy Chairperson of the South African Auditing Profession Trust Initiative which is a voluntary committee established by the audit profession to

identify proactive responses to concerns about the audit profession in light of a number of recent audit failures. This is indicative of a desire to contribute to her profession” the judges said. “She is further a voice in the business community demonstrated by writing for publications such as Business Report. In addition, we liked Noma’s leadership philosophy of meeting with the team to agree on deliverables and holding each other accountable thereafter.” In accepting the Award, Noma thanked her husband and her children for their love and support as well as her colleagues at Ngubane & Co.

“I would also like to thank all other colleagues within the profession that I engage with everyday. If it wasn’t for the struggles that we deal with, we wouldn’t be where we are today. I urge us within the profession to keep doing the best that we can with the opportunities that have been given to us.”


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MTETO NYATI AND ALTRON HONOURED AT SAPSA 2020 with OEM’s like Microsoft. Their social impact includes partnering with the Department of Education in Gauteng to roll out smart boards. “The Group ranks highly in customer service, obtaining the services of an external firm which seeks feedback from clients,” the judges noted. “The Group was ranked above the global benchmark in March 2019. In the industry recognition criteria for this Award, the judges also took note that Altron received the Da Vinci TT100 Award for innovation.” Mteto Nyati has had a long and stellar career dating back to representing South Africa as a Grade 12 learner internationally in a science competition. Amongst his career achievements is the role he played in turning around Microsoft within a short space of time. His work in re-positioning the Altron from a company that was viewed differently and perceived not to listen to a re-energised entity was great. Furthermore, he has released a book called “Betting on a Darkie” documenting valuable perspectives around black excellence acting as an inspiration and conduit for a pipeline of a critical mass of black corporate leaders.

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Leading listed technology group Altron has been recognised as the best digital industry entity in the country for the 2019/2020 season. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Mteto Nyati, the Group CEO, was also recognised with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in the field of

Management. In the recent past, Altron has grown by double digits annually. The Group’s growth is not from acquisitions but rather organically, through the kind of people they have and the offerings they have put out into the market. The company’s contribution to the community includes taking unemployed graduates, preparing them for great work and partnering

“Mteto has received a lot of accolades from peers and from industry including taking part in the Yale World Fellows Programme, receiving the ICT Personality of the Year Award as well as the BMF Manager of the Year. He is fully deserving of a further feather in his cap in this SAPSA Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Management,” the judges said.


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DINEO MOLEFE – DIGITAL INDUSTRY PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR

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T-Systems South Africa Managing Director Dineo Molefe has been granted an award for the Digital Industry Professional of the Year 2019/2020. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Professionals from various organisations were set to gather at a gala dinner in Montecasino Ball Room on the evening of 19 March 2020 to honour the best amongst them. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the SAPSA Awards were cancelled and the winners announced.

Janette Minnaar, the chair of the adjudication panel explained how the winners were determined. “Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources. We also conferred a number of Lifetime Achievement Awards to deserving recipients who had served their professions faithfully for many years,” said Minnaar. In 2018, T-Systems South Africa tasked Dineo Molefe to take over the reigns as

Managing Director to steer the company on a new direction, focusing on medium sized businesses as well as large enterprises with an offering that is geared to propel its customers into a new, competitive and digitised era of commerce. As a seasoned professional, Dineo’s strength lies in not only finance but also in repositioning business for growth and sustainability. She has achieved this by shifting and repositioning its market focus, transforming the business to increase efficiency and customer base, whilst navigating the businesses through a number of critical issues.

“The judges took note of Molefe’s passion for supporting and mentoring young women to progress their careers,” remarked Minnaar. “She has received various awards in her career including being recognised as a positive role model and being featured in a variety of publications that feature women of influence.”


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ADAPT IT’S JODI JOSEPH RECEIVES JUDGES COMMENDATION – DIGITAL INDUSTRY PROFESSIONAL The firm awards were based on the following criteria – business growth, customer service, technical excellence, contribution to the community, contribution to the profession, transformation record and commitment to ethics and professionalism. The criteria were not equally weighted, a strong showing in one category was sufficient to put the firm above the rest. Jodi obtained her Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of the Witwatersrand in 1994 and went on to qualify as a Chartered Accountant. Prior to joining Caseware Africa she spent several years at Investec Group working as Head of Capital Management and as a Chief Operating Officer.

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Jodi Joseph, Divisional Executive responsible for Caseware Africa at listed technology firm Adapt IT, has received special recognition for her contribution to the South African professional services industry. The Special Commendation in the Digital Industry Professional of the Year category was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Janette Minnaar, the chair of the

adjudication panel explained how the winners were determined. “Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources. We also conferred a number of Lifetime Achievement Awards to deserving recipients who had served their professions faithfully for many years,” said Minnaar.

“Jodi has an impressive profile having held senior positions within the IT industry both locally and in the UK,” the judges said. “She evidences shifting paradigms having been part of the leadership team that transformed the UK Capital Markets division of Investec UK. She is embracing leadership at the intersection between finance and technology. As head of Caseware Africa, she has overseen a division that proudly services three out of four of South Africa’s audit firms thereby providing a solution for the watchdogs of financial reporting. The division has also succeeded on the continent, signing its first Public Sector client in Kenya and entering into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Mauritius Institute of Professional Accountants.”


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TONY IGBOAMALU AND ZUTARI HONOURED AT SAPSA 2020 awards at the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. The company was crowned the Engineering Firm of the Year while one of their employees, Tony Igboamalu, was awarded the Young Engineering Professional of the Year award.

Engineering group Aurecon (recently renamed Zutari) has scooped two

The judges considered that Zutari has positioned itself as a leading engineering firm in both the local and global context. That they have achieved a level 2 B-BBEE rating shows that they take transformation seriously. They were further impressed that the company’s participation in CSI is in excess of the Construction Sector requirements. Furthermore, the

company has demonstrated technical excellence by winning Awards recently within the engineering industry at both an individual and corporate level. “As for the Young Engineer award, Tony’s interview reveals why he was highly commended for the Young Engineer of the Year at the CESA Awards,” the judges remarked. “It is impressive that at such a young age he has completed his doctorate, demonstrating a commitment to enhancing his knowledge in his field of engineering. In addition, his research and his work indicates that he is walking the talk in seeking to improve the lives of Africans through enabling the access of arguably the most critical resource – clean water”.

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GLH – ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN FIRM OF THE YEAR 2020 GLH has been granted an award for the Architecture and Design Firm of the Year 2019/2020. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Professionals from various organisations were set to gather at a gala dinner in Montecasino Ball Room on the evening of 19 March 2020 to honour the best amongst them. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the SAPSA Awards were cancelled and the winners announced. Janette Minnaar, the chair of the adjudication panel explained how the

winners were determined. “Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources. We also conferred a number of Lifetime Achievement Awards to deserving recipients who had served their professions faithfully for many years,” said Minnaar. The firm awards were based on the following criteria – business growth, customer service, technical excellence, contribution to the community, contribution to the profession, transformation record and commitment

to ethics and professionalism. The criteria were not equally weighted, a strong showing in one category was sufficient to put the firm above the rest. “GLH has demonstrated technical excellence given the number of reputable accolades the company has received from peers and industry insiders,” the judges said. “The company was highly commended for its 2 Pybus Road project and received special mention for the Witklipfontein Eco Lodge. The Lodge also received a GIfA Award of Excellence and the Presidents Award as well as the SAPOA Innovative Excellence Awards to add to the accolades also received at PMR.”

The Award-winning lodge is designed to blend and disappear into the surrounding nature. The ground carpet of the hill has just been lifted a little to slip the house under it. The architecture is a unique combination of traditional vernacular building techniques with modern minimalistic design. Overlooking the plains, panoramic views blur the boundaries between the interior and the surrounding nature allowing for a unique bush living experience.


BOWMANS’ FATIMA LAHER RECEIVES LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD “Fatima’s resume reveals a professional who has made it her life’s work to use the legal profession as an avenue for social good,” the judges remarked. “We admire her professional perspective; ‘to regard your work space as sacred where you come to self-actualize and achieve, working with honesty and integrity always putting the best interest of your company first’” Through quality of work delivered by Bowmans’ East African offices, the firm won the Lex Mundi Pro Bono award. The firm has consistently delivered over 10,000 hours in pro bono time and in November 2019 won the Pro Bono Award in the Large Law Firm category at the annual ProBono.Org awards. All this was made possible by Fatima Laher’s leadership.

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Fatima Laher, Head of Pro Bono at Pan African law firm Bowmans, has been granted a Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Pro Bono management. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Fatima Laher’s key focus at the firm is

the management and co-ordination of the firm’s pro bono programme in accordance with the firm policy. Her long career dates back to working for the Legal Resources Centre in 1987 and prior to joining Bowmans she worked at the Department of Justice, Alexandra Legal Aid Centre and the Legal Aid Board.

“I think this Award is an important award for the nature of the work that we do,” Fatima said. “There are many of our lawyers who give of their time to assist with pro bono work and to assist in seeking justice for the poor. I am thankful for the firm and in particular the upper management for supporting our work. The way our firm operates is that every lawyer is expected to do pro bono work alongside their billable work across all of our offices in Africa. So I would like to thank all of our lawyers across the continent. I would also like to thank my son for his incredible support of the work I do.”


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Sandra Crous, the CEO of payroll solutions provider Payspace, has been granted a Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in the Digital Industry. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Sandra Crous started her career at SA Permanent Building Society at the enquiries desk. Frustrated about the work she was doing, she requested a transfer to the human resources division where she attended to the salaries function. She started doing salaries and wages and implemented a few computerised payroll systems at different business when in 1989; she saw an advert for a support role to implement payroll systems. She joined a start-up company of seven employees. In the first month of getting leads, she sold four payroll systems a week and that was a massive learning journey. She later had a 27-year run at VIP Payroll and eventually Sage Africa. She fulfilled diverse roles including Sales Director, later taking up the helm as Vice-President for Midmarket Africa

She has held positions in the education sector most recently as CEO of both Damelin Online and the London College of International Business Studies. She was appointed PaySpace Managing Director effective 1 April 2019. “I would like to thank SAPSA,” Crous said. “I have been very fortunate to work with many mentors throughout my career who influenced my life. This Award is special because it is a reflection of doing what you love.”

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BOSCH CAPITAL’S CHRIS BALOYI CROWNED CONSULTING PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR safe water,” the judges remarked. “His passion for the advancement of the previously disadvantaged is demonstrated by his Masters research topic. Finally, the success of Bosch Capital recently which includes winning SAPSAs Advisory firm of the year 2018 and raising funding for the National Youth Fund can be largely attributed to his leadership.”

my gratitude to all my colleagues. I encourage all the contestants who were finalists but didn’t win to carry on their good work. We are in a difficult moment in our country where we cannot socialize or meet in big groups but life still goes on and I believe we will come out of COVID a much stronger nation. Business morale is a bit down at the moment but I believe better days are to come. To receive this Award during these difficult times is very encouraging.”

“I want to thank SAPSA and the sponsors for this prestigious Award,” Baloyi said. “I would like to extend

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Chris Baloyi, the Managing Director of Bosch Capital, has been awarded the Consulting Professional of the Year Award for 2019/2020. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. “Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources,” the judges said.

“Chris has an impressive profile having participated in many high profile projects, notably heading up an initiative that resulted in billions being channelled to ensure that many people in poor municipalities have access to clean and


AECOM’S KIM TIMM – WOMAN PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR 2020 “When I started working in this industry, I was frequently the only woman engineer that the contractors had ever met,” Kim reflected. “This situation caused several early misunderstandings. I found that, over time, as I became more experienced, and more women joined the profession, it has become easier. There is definitely still bias around gender in the industry, and this will take time to change. I’ve

always believed that the only way I will change the misconception that women don’t belong in engineering is to be the best engineer that I can possibly be. It makes it a lot harder for people to argue the point if you are living evidence that they are incorrect.” In receiving her Award, Kim expressed that it was rewarding in its own way to be viewed as a role model and that women are recognised as an important part of the professional environment. She stated that she was very thankful to the judges and sponsors and was very honoured.

Kim Timm, Executive Structural Engineer at global infrastructure firm AECOM, has been awarded the Woman Professional of the Year Award for 2019/2020. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Janette Minnaar, the chair of the adjudication panel explained how the winners were determined. “Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources,” said Minnaar. Kim Timm has previously been recognised within her profession. She was a finalist for the Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) Young Engineer of the Year Award in 2010. In 2019, she was recognised by the same platform as the Mentor of the Year. She recently co-authored two papers at an international conference in Nantes, France.

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PEOTONA’S THANDI ORLEYN GRANTED LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD served their professions faithfully for many years,” said Minnaar. Advocate Orleyn is engaged in various investee companies and community initiatives including chairing the Legal Resources Trust, The De Beers Foundation, the Zenex Foundation and acting as a Trustee of the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) Trust. She chairs the Board of BP Southern Africa, Lafarge Industries and Mining South Africa, and Tokiso Dispute Settlement. She is a non-Executive Director on the Boards of Toyota South Africa, Toyota Financial Services (South Africa) Ltd, Reunert Ltd, Ceramic Industries Ltd, De Beers Consolidated Mines and the IDC.

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She was previously a non-Executive Director of the South African Reserve Bank. “It is a great honour to receive this Award from SAPSA,” said Orleyn. “I never thought doing what you love, executing your passion would lead to one receiving such a prestigious Award. I would also like to thank my family who have supported me throughout all the work and the difficult times we have experienced over the years. I am glad they can get to enjoy this happy moment I am experiencing being honoured through this Award.” Advocate Thandi Orleyn, one of the founders of women-owned investment company Peotona, has been granted a Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Management. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Janette Minnaar, the chair of the

adjudication panel explained how the winners were determined. “Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources. We also conferred a number of Lifetime Achievement Awards to deserving recipients who had

Advocate Orleyn further thanked her partners at Peotona. She hoped that her receiving the Award would set an example for young up and coming professionals to give their all to uplift the country and carry on with the journey of transformation which she said has just began.


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HOGAN LOVELLS’ ANDREW SKIPPER GRANTED LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD supply and distribution arrangements, but also because of his problemsolving approach and down to earth manner. The combination of Andrew’s professional career, work in Africa and appreciation of the arts has created a deep admiration and respect for African art and culture, across various artistic forms, which has led to his current position on the National Advisory Board of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, in addition to his previous role as a trustee of the Royal National Theatre Foundation.

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Andrew Skipper, Head of Hogan Lovells Africa Practice, has been granted a Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Commercial Law. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Having headed up the firm’s global corporate practice for over 10 years, Andrew now leads Hogan Lovells Africa Practice, overseeing one of the most dynamic and entrepreneurial groups within the firm. Most recently, Andrew has been involved in advising on

complicated and sophisticated contracts across various countries in Africa, in addition to assisting multinational corporates all over the world. As a partner in the corporate commercial practice, Andrew is renowned for his work and considered by clients as a ‘star…very calming influence…has the ability to crack through difficult negotiations’ in the Legal 500. Clients often comment on how much they enjoy working with him, not only because of his excellent legal skills covering joint venture agreements, outsourcing, and

“I am delighted to receive this SAPSA Award from lockdown in Portugal,” said Andrew. “As a commercial lawyer of 35 years standing and a passionate advocate of Africa as a key part of global market, this holds special meaning. At Hogan Lovells, we consider Africa and indeed South Africa where we have our only African office an integral driver of our global practice. My enthusiasm for Africa goes beyond the practice of law. This Award from SAPSA is a tribute that reflects the hard work of many of my teams and the friendships I have built across the continent for many years.”


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ENSafrica’S NOZIZWE NCAYIYANA – YOUNG LAW PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR Nozizwe is a young pillar of the community given her passion for social justice and human rights,”the judges remarked. “Based in Alexandra township, her role is to ensure that a firm the size of ENSafrica fulfils its responsibility of being a good corporate citizen. She is the glue between the partnership and the people ensuring that the vast talent pool is utilised to benefit the underprivileged. She represents the Johannesburg office in stakeholder engagement and CSI. SAPSA wishes to see professionals driving such an important agenda recognised in order to encourage them

to keep on doing the work necessary to ensure big organisations engage in sustainable programmes to uplift the less fortunate.” In receiving her Award, Nozizwe expressed that her work requires a lot of humility and empathy towards people’s issues. She stated that her work has taught her a lot and improved her people skills. She continued to say that being recognised for work that is not very popular within the legal fraternity is something that she is appreciative of.

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Nozizwe Ncayiyana, Pro Bono Coordinator at leading commercial law firm ENSafrica, has been crowned the Young Law Professional of the Year for the 2019/2020 period. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Janette Minnaar, the chair of the adjudication panel explained how the winners were determined. “Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources. We also conferred a number of Lifetime Achievement Awards to deserving recipients who had served their professions faithfully for many years,” said Minnaar.


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WSP’S JOHN TRUTER GRANTED LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD has assumed the role of COO. In his interview with SAPSA, Truter had this to say when asked what he hoped his legacy at WSP would be: “I will be happy to leave behind a property business division that is successful and focused on doing the right things, with the right values and right individuals to take the organisation to greater heights. I would love to leave behind a good and healthy business that delivers great work on time and within budget.” Truter expressed that he was passionate about solving issues and delivering good work to clients. He enjoyed giving people who work for him advice. Seeing them being successful was most fulfilling especially where he had a small role in their success. “Highs in my working career were when I received my degree and postgraduate achievements. Also, the offer to be a Director at LC Consulting before joining WSP. Then my appointment to be COO of Property Inland & KZN. My lows are always when we must restructure, sadly enough I had to make that call a few times in my career,” Truter reflected.

Former Chief Operations Officer: Property Inland & KZN at WSP John Truter has been posthumously awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in the field of Engineering. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. John Truter grew up in Calvinia in the Northern Cape, and studied at

Stellenbosch University, following it up with further studies at Wits University. He began his working life at Van Wyk and Louw, then joined Lillicrap Crutchfield, where he became part of the management structure and eventually the managing director. Under his leadership, LC Consulting (Lillicrap Crutchfield) joined WSP in 2007 and became what is currently known as WSP Group Africa Structures, where he

Beyond WSP, he served on various committees at Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA) and chaired the panel of judges at the SA Property Owners Association Awards (SAPOA). John Truter passed away in early 2020 and was mourned by various industry organisations including CESA and SAPOA. SAPSA conveys its condolences to his family and his former colleagues at WSP.

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AGIZO WINS CONSULTING FIRM OF THE YEAR Act,” the judges said. On receiving his trophy and certificate for the Award, CEO of Agizo Solutions Matheri Kangethe expressed that he was truly honoured. “Thanks to SAPSA for this recognition of Agizo’s contribution in Management Consultancy particularly within the field of Geomatics. We are proud of the cutting edge scientifically informed solutions we have developed that continue to guide decision makers on land utilization and optimization. Agizo continues to support multiple vertical markets with imaging and modelling solutions using earth observation products from drones and satellites and seeks to become a leader in this space. Thank you once again and we look forward to continue contributing to the South African economy and society,” said Kangethe.

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Agizo Solutions has been granted an award for the Consulting Firm of the Year 2020. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. The firm awards were based on the following criteria – business growth, customer service, technical excellence, contribution to the community, contribution to the profession, transformation record and commitment to ethics and professionalism. The criteria were not equally weighted, a

strong showing in one category was sufficient to put the firm above the rest. “Agizo is an impressive firm for a number of reasons including their growth trajectory in only a few years since formation. The entity’s strongest points lay in their technical excellence as well as their contribution to industry. It is remarkable that the firm has received an award for the Best General Paper at the Geomatics Indaba and we were also impressed by the work done supporting the implementation of the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management

Agizo Solutions is proud to have been involved with several projects in Africa which include: South African Census 2021 Planning Support, Support Land Reform Process Through Identification of Strategically Located Land, National Spatial Planning Data Repository, Land Development Application E-Lodgement, Syferfontein Base Map Survey and Berlyn Farm Survey – Mixed Use Development Project. “Agizo Solutions seeks to play a critical role in enhancing Africa’s public administration, environmental management, construction, mapping, agriculture, forestry, mining, spatial planning, urban monitoring, and security sectors. This will be through provision of cutting-edge GIS and Earth Observation remote sensing solutions using scheduled multiple platforms,” said Kangethe.


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Siphosethu Plata, Head of Construction Project Management at Akweni, is the Young Professional of the Year in the Construction Class of the Built Environment Category for 2019/2020. The accolade was granted by the SA Professional Services Awards sponsored by Sanlam and W. Consulting. Janette Minnaar, the chair of the adjudication panel explained how the winners were determined. “Individuals were judged based on a host of attributes including demonstration of leadership skills, changing of paradigms and innovation within the bounds of available resources,” said Minnaar. “To command that team, I’ve had to work three times harder to be taken seriously, have no one speak over me – the notion that you are too “girlie” and too young to know what you’re doing and deliver on a project or not butch enough to be in a construction site,” Plata said in her interview with SAPSA. “I have found that proper facilities for women on site have been inadequate or non-existent and I have questioned these

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