Phetsile a qualified chartered accountant CA(SA) and, a Certified Director with the South African Institute of Directors and a certified Ethics Officer with the Ethics Institute with more than 15 years’ experience in the field of financial accounting and financial management rising to executive level.
As public sector CFO has extensive experience in the entire spectrum of the finance and supply chain management duties relating to ensuring sound financial management in line with Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) and reporting in line with the Generally Recognised Accounting Practice (GRAP).

Professional Association Memberships: South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) Institute of Directors in South Africa (IoDSA) The Ethics Institute (TEI)

She is driven by sheer passion on the business ethics subject matter premised on King IV principle of Ethical and effective leadership. Her main focus is in the areas of ethical and effective leadership, governance, combined assurance, business ethics management, effective organisational internal controls toward integrity of information used for decision making, clean administration towards combating public sector ethics deficit culture.
Phetsile has a Post Graduate Diploma in Integrated reporting (University of Pretoria), Honours Bachelor of Accounting Science (University of South Africa), BCom Accounting (University of Swaziland)

We exist to assist and advise organisation in establishing a clearly defined ethics governance structure and ethics management function that will ensure that an ethical organisational culture is established and sustained. Enhance ethical leadership and ethical decision making.

Critical questions your organisations should consider: What is the ethics culture of your organisation? Have you really investigated your organisation and considered what your business ethics really are? Do you know if management decisions rooted o integrity and commitment to employees, customers and shareholders and all your stakeholders? What is the ethical culture being branded in the organisation? who is talking and what are they saying? Is leadership saying or doing anything to set the tone for an ethical culture? What structures in the organisation support the reports are being table to the governance bodies to enable them to perform their fiduciary duties?

Nature abhors vacuum! If management is not saying anything in setting the tone, some other narrative is being branded and set as the tone. If you cannot measure your organisations’ ethical behaviour, you can not manage it. The Ethics Platform exists to provide organisations with solutions to answer these questions.