Effect of improvement of accountability in the provincial government on services delivery management: Comparative analysis of two provincial governments in South African context (North West province and other province)
Supervisors: Peter Watt and Tony Bovaird
Dumisani qualified as accountant in 2006 and then left the accounting firm he worked for in 2007. He then started his own freelancing consultant projects where he focused in the public sector in the North West Province in South Africa. Spent some time doing some work in the further education training (FET) sector. He further continued his involvement on the public sector through the consulting and assurance projects. Towards the end of 2007 started working (facilitator / Lecture) in a consortium between the North West Provincial Treasury, North West University, provincial government departments and other stakeholders in providing training to provincial and local government employees in areas of public sector financial management, budgeting and monitoring management, project management, performance management and legislation compliance and other related discipline. He later continued to provide lecturing services at the University of North West Graduate School (Mahikeng campus) and freelancing on consulting which his currently still doing as opportunity becomes available. Towards the end of 2008 decided to further his studies in United kingdom which he is currently still occupied with to date.
BCom (Acc & Aud)
Msc (Fin & Gov.)
Corporate governance (also public sector)
Public and private sector assurance
Accountability in public sector