• Safeguarding of Assets
  • Business Consulting
  • Committed and Passionate about Auditing
  • Integrity in Auditing
  • Professionalism in Auditing
  • IT Audit
  • Internal Audit
  • Forensic Audit
  • Compliance with Law & Regulation
  • “We are passionate about the training & development of our people”
    Abel Dlamini, co-founder and Executive Chairman
  • "SekelaXabiso is a horse you can confidently bet on."
    Abel Dlamini, co-founder and Executive Chairman
  • We have approximately 300 employees and growing
  • “SekelaXabiso is well positioned to partner with clients to add value to their business.”
    Lindani Dhlamini, co-founder and CEO
  • “We believe our success has been primarily due to the calibre of people we bring into our organisation.”
    Lindani Dhlamini, co-founder and CEO
  • We have over a decade of experience and success. We have grown and matured with time.

Articles - SekelaXabiso


Posted on May 20th, 2017 by: admin

SekelaXabiso (SkX) has been cited in a number of negative media reports as a result of its contractual relationship with the SABC. As a professional services firm, SkX prides itself in following and adhering to ethical business processes when engaging with our various clients in the public and private sectors. We have noted with regret some factual inaccuracies in the media reports pertaining to what our exact mandate was and a failure to appreciate how we had supported the SABC …

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How to Plan for Human Capital – Beyond Rand and Cents

Posted on March 22nd, 2017 by: admin

-by Dr Tumo Kele The King IV Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa recommends that, in formulating its strategy, the organisation should consider the connectivity and interdependencies that exist between the functions and resources involved in the strategy implementation and value creation process. The functions referred to may include, but are not limited to the operations, human resources, marketing and communications, finance, information and technology, and other departments, depending on the nature of the organisation’s business. The resources, according to …

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-by Abel Dlamini  Executive Chairman at SekelaXabiso As we await the state of the nation address by President Jacob Zuma, the spectre of 2016 continues to haunt the soul of our nation. Last year was ushered in rather ominously by a deranged white woman who called black people “monkeys” in the land of their ancestors. Not long after that, our country’s universities were turned into mini-war zones by a spirit of “fallism” that still threatens to become the defining character of …

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-by Adv Boyce Mkhize Director: Forensic Audit Services Introduction The Auditor-General SA 2014/15 Report indicated a staggering figure of irregular expenditure amounting to R25.7-billion across the country’s national and provincial departments and public entities for the 2014/15 year. The report covers 468 auditees, which included 167 National and Provincial Departments and 301 public entities with a total budget of R1.1-trillion for the year under review. According to the said report, one of the leading contributors to this figure is the failure …

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Posted on February 6th, 2017 by: admin

-by Wayne Poggenpoel, Technical Senior Manager, SekelaXabiso 1. INTRODUCTION To be effective and successful internal auditors, it has been long known that internal audit is less about presenting internal audit results but more about engaging executives and board members about business challenges and in supporting the development of strategies that mitigate associated business risks. Previous research suggests expectation gaps between executives, board members and internal auditors are forever widening. The research further suggests that in order for internal auditors to …

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