Vincent Motholo CA(SA)

Vincent Motholo CA(SA)

Non-executive Chairman

Board tenure: Since May 2021

SAICA Committees

Nominations and Governance Committee (Chair)

Qualifications & designations

  • CA(SA), BCom, BComHons, Business & management development programme, Lead professional certificate
  • Certified Director by IoDS
  • March 2023 | Stanford University Graduate School of Business | Stanford LEAD Professional Certificate
  • September 2020 | University of Pretoria Gordon Institute of Business | Business & Management Development Digital Programme (Passed with Merit)
  • December 2004 | University of KwaZulu-Natal | B Com Honours Accounting | Certificate in Theory of Accountancy
  • December 2003 | University of Pretoria | B Com Accounting Sciences

Skills and experience

  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Audit partner
  • Senior lecturer
  • Leadership, finance, governance, strategy and innovation

Other governing body and professional positions held?

  • Member of the IODSA
  • Good Governance Academy - King’s ESG Advisory Committee

Get in touch with the SAICA Chairman:

SAICA members can get in touch with the SAICA Chairman by sending an email to thechairman@saica.co.za

Kindly note the following scope for emails sent to the Chairman:

  • Please refrain from matters that are not directly within the scope of SAICA and the profession;
  • Ensure that your comments are clear and to the point to ensure the desired outcome;
  • Whilst, not an absolute requirement, provide sufficient contact details which will allow for follow-up and feedback;
  • Be sensitive to sharing private information and indicate if your mail contains information that may not be shared;
  • Deliver feedback in a non-threatening and professional manner;
  • Remain clear, concise and specific in your feedback;
  • Focus on the behaviour that can be changed rather than the personality;
  • If you are giving feedback on a specific incident, please share your feedback as close to the timing of the incident as possible;
  • Provide well-considered feedback rather than impulsive feedback
  • Feedback should always have the intent to be of value to SAICA and the profession
  • Speak only for yourself and not on behalf of others