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PwC empowers women

From left to right: Anneri Lück, Nangula Uaandja (PwC Managing Partner), Chanelle van Wyk

From left to right: Anneri Lück, Nangula Uaandja (PwC Managing Partner), Chanelle van Wyk

With 60% female shareholding, 54% female Managers and an overall staff composition boasting 65% women, Ms. Nangula Uaandja, the Managing Director of PricewaterhouseCoopers Namibia, clearly heads an empowered enterprise brimming with talent, fervor and the exuberance of youth.
A fervent supporter of the advancement of women in Namibia herself, Nangula joins the female Partners of PricewaterhouseCoopers Namibia in congratulating Chanelle van Wyk and Anneri Luck on completing the Advanced Programme in Taxation; and in so doing keeping the motivating and inspiring song of social inclusion and diversity on repeat.
The programme, taught at Honours degree level has been designed to provide students with a solid foundation and in-depth knowledge of the legal principles to enable them to provide professional advice to clients and to support Partners and Managers who perform advanced tax planning on their behalf.
Last week, PricewaterhouseCoopers also announced that two newly qualified chartered accountants joined the ranks of their professional peers. Hannes van den Berg and Jürgen Sander joined the PwC office in Walvis Bay as fully qualified Chartered Accountants. They completed their training in-house in the PwC stable following the successful completion of their articles. This remarkable feat brings the total number of in-house qualified Chartered Accountants at PwC to 40; with 30 based at the firm’s Windhoek office and a further 10 in Walvis Bay. In addition, nine staff members passed their Public Practice Examination (PPE) and will qualify as CAs when they complete their training in January 2014.

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