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Management Accounts Payable

Location:
Cape Town, WC, South Africa
Salary:
13500
Posted:
April 26, 2018

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CURRICULUM VITAE

Of TLHAKULI BONY MAKHATHE

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TTllhhaakkuullii BBoonnyy MMaakkhhaatthhee

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Surname - Makhathe

First names - Tlhakuli Bony

Gender - Male

Date of birth - 1991-09-10

Identity number - 910**********

Nationality - South Africa

Contact address - 20A Le Vivier Villas

Wood Drive, Parklands

Cape Town

7441

Cellphone - 073-***-****

073-***-****

Email address - ac49cq@r.postjobfree.com

Language - English,Afrikaans,Sotho,Xhoza

INTRODUCTION

I am a highly capable B.com Investment Management and Banking graduate who recently completed his undergraduate degree at The University of the Free State. I am a passionate, ambitious and dedicated young man, who is willing to prove himself by working hard and meeting the necessary targets of the company. I know that it is a competitive industry and there is a lot of competition out there, but I am willing to do anything to impress my employer and also succeed in the industry.

PERSONAL SKILLS PROFESSIONAL SKILLS INTEREST AND HOBBIES Creative/Innovative Commercial and Financial Acumen Reading Fast learner Analysis and Attention to Detail Travelling Big Picture Thinking Interpersonal Agility Music

Team worker Decisiveness and Action Orientation

Time Management Intermediate to Advanced Microsoft Word & Excel 2

EDUCATION

SSEECCOONNDDAARRYY EEDDUUCCAATTIIOONN

Highest standard - Matric

Year obtained - 2009

School - Welkom High School

Subjects - English

Afrikaans

Mathematical Literacy

Accounting

Economics

Business Studies

Life Orientation

TERTIARY EDUCATION

Highest standard - BCom Investment Management and Banking Year obtained - 2015

Institution - University of the Free State (UFS)

Modules (Majors) - Microeconomics

Macroeconomics

Money and Interest Rates

Financial Markets, instruments and institutions

Investment Management

Risk Management in Banking

Statistics for Economics

Financial Management

Accounting

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WORK EXPERIENCE

Employer - Return on Investment (Pty)

Date of employment - June 2011 – June 2013

Position - Admin Clerk

Duties

Filing

Recording minutes of meetings

Answering the phone

Welcoming clients and;

Researching and writing reports.

Supporting staff

Employer - The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform Position - Finance Intern

Year - 15 July 2016 – 14 July 2017

Duties - Expenditure Management (Accounts Payable)

Compile sundry payments and assist in capturing them on BAS, so that they can be paid within 30 days to avoid interest which leads to fruitless expenditure and being charged with financial misconduct.

Regularly monitor the age analysis report. It is important because it enables you to follow up on overdue

accounts and also determine the overall state of your debtor’s book.

Liaise with the travel agency officials on a weekly basis to resolve matters regarding the account, to avoid

complications and a bad relationship between the two parties.

Request a disbursement report to check which invoices have been paid or not to avoid paying twice for one invoice (duplicates).

Travel and Subsistence

Check all S&T claims individually, keeping in mind and being guided by the travel and subsistence policy. It is important to check and make sure that all the

supporting documents are attached before signing the claim to avoid audit queries.

Assist in calculating the S&T claims individually and as accurate as possible. As a finance official, you should help and make sure that the official calculated correctly, so that you don’t end up overpaying the official.

Check if the official’s expenditure on food is within the allowance stated on the S&T policy.

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Employer - One & Only Cape Town

Position - Accounts Payable Clerk

Year - 18 September 2017 – To Date

Duties

Process invoices on a daily basis as received from Purchasing and all outlets

Check and ensure that all invoices for processing and payment are duly supported by an approved requisition and approved purchase order.

Ensure that information as per supplier invoice

corresponds with the information as per the purchase order, goods received note and other supporting

documents before processing for payment; and raises any discrepancies noted to the concerned sections/ departments/ person.

Liaise with suppliers to ensure that invoice/payment issues are resolved on time.

Investigate immediately past due invoices noted during payment processing to ensure that all unpaid past due invoices are given timely attention and that all payables are current.

Reconcile supplier balances and sends out requests for Statement of Accounts (SOA) to suppliers on a monthly basis

Ensure that monthly expenses for goods/services

received but not yet invoiced are accrued for via a general ledger journal and reversed in the following month.

Prepare monthly reconciliation/schedule of Payable accounts and AP aging, Suppliers Prepayments,

Purchases and other payable accounts; ensures that all payments processed are properly recorded in the

books.

Maintain full confidentiality over Resort Financial information

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COURSES ATTENDED

Basic Accounting System Principles(BAS)

Personnel Salary System Introduction (PERSAL)

Iscala 3.0

REFERENCES

Glynnis Opperman – Assistant Finance Director Dibuseng Choane – Senior Admin The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform Return on Investment Pty Relationship: Supervisor Relationship: Mentor

Tel: 053-***-****/3 Cell: 083-***-****

Tladi Motloung – State Accountant Shobanah Rampersad - Accountant The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform One & Only Cape Town Relationship: Mentor Relationship: Supervisor

Cell: 079-***-**** Tel: 021-***-****



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