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My name is Nkululeko Nyangiwe and I'm a researcher in animal science for the Department of Agriculture in the Eastern Cape.  I started studying at the ICB in February 2013, because of my lack of knowledge in accounting. My biggest problem was that I was unable to help my Grade 10… Read more »

Dear ICB My name is Rizwana Badat. I'm a self-motivated, driven individual currently working as a logistics manager and junior bookkeeper. I have tried to further my career with the ICB and successfully completed two courses. But due to financial constraints, I am finding it really hard to realise my… Read more »

Success story: Calvin Selinga

Success story: Calvin Selinga

My name is Calvin Selinga. I'm working in credit control at Mutual & Federal insurance company in Bloemfontein. 

I started studying through the ICB in 2010. I was always on the lookout for such an institution and found it through doing some research. I wanted to further my studies in finance and contribute meaningfully to our economy, as there was a shortage of accountants in our country.

I started working as a cashier in the Klerksdorp branch. After completing my Senior Bookkeeping exams, I was promoted to credit control in Bloemfontein.

I achieved excellence in accounting at my secondary school, and playing with figures has always been something close to my heart. I also loved helping my fellow learners in group discussions.

Helping others to pass and seeing all of us at the graduation ceremonies were among the most rewarding times of my life. I will never forget those days.

I wanted to complete my Technical Financial Accounting course, but due to financial constraints I could not continue. I am the breadwinner at home, and am now budgeting to further my studies next year. ICB has been great in helping me to stay updated with everything in finance. I never miss their 'Keeping Account' newsletter.

My lecturers were always willing to go the extra mile for their students and treat everyone equally. If it's your first time studying accounting, believe you me, you will enjoy every moment and find out that it's not as bad as you might have thought. It will make you a better person in years to come.

I would like to thank the ICB, the Damelin Klerksdorp team, and my best lecturer, Pieter for his efforts in assisting those who especially needed help the most. He was the best lecturer for all and treated everyone with respect, love and equality.

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