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AGSA AND UFH FUNCTION ANNUAL HONOURS CLASS DINNNER

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For the past few years Auditor General has established a solid relationship with the University of Fort Hare, but in 2015 the relationship was strengthened even more in order to achieve one of the Organisational Strategic goals of producing professionals.

 The Eastern Cape Business Unit has embarked on several initiatives with UFH, to mention the few:

1. Mentorship programme: Our external mentorship programme focuses on the allocation of our professionals to UFH students so that they could provide the necessary academic support needed.

2. Accounting Classes: ECBU professionals provide extra weekend classes to all the students needing extra assistance on their academics.

3. Recruitment: ECBU has started an exercise of recruiting the CTA students as early as February 2016, the main aim is to try by all means to recruit Trainee Accountants (TA) that will add a positive value to our projects and reduce our CWC intake, while also promoting development internally as per our organisational strategy. Our main focus is to improve and provide academic assistance to our existing CTA students who are battling with CTA by eliminating pressure from them of working extra hours as the CTA trainees will spend more time on projects.

4. Hour Talks: the Business Executive has taken an initiative to give lunch hour motivational talks to all Eastern Cape Universities including UFH.

Lastly, AGSA hosts a yearly Gala Dinner with UFH Honours students and lecturers, and this year’s event was held on the 20th May 2016 at the East London Golf Club. At this event, top performing learners were recognised for their hard work.

 

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