About us

Otonda consulting is 100% female black owned. It is the brain child black woman with a CA(SA).We envisioned an accounting firm with a difference, where the client would have the confidence to openly interact with his accountant about his business fears and future plans.

The vision of Otonda consulting is to embrace every client with the same professionalism and care and to retain them as clients in the business.The mission is to deliver world class accounting and taxation services according to regulated statutory laws and ethical standards to every individual and business on a daily basis.

PIC1Mulalo Dzivhani CA(SA) – Managing Director

Mulalo holds the following qualifications: Bcom (Accounting) Wits University; Bcom Hons (accounting sciences) – UNISA;  Nampak MDP plus –GIBS

It is the brain child black Mulalo Dzivhani CA(SA). We envisioned an accounting firm with a difference, where the clients would openly interact with professionals regarding their business prospects.

 Mulalo is a qualified CA (SA). She completed her articles with KPMG where she obtained experience in both the private and the public sector. Some of the clients she worked on ranged from mining, automotive, manufacturing, banking, home affairs, Ekhuruleni municipality amongst others.  

After completing her articles at KPMG, she took a position as a Group support Manager at Nampak head office where she was mainly involved with consolidations of the different segments of the group. She was also responsible for consolidating the Africa segment as well as Europe. She then took a position as an Assistant Supply Chain controller at Nestle with the main focus on monitoring and reporting on distribution cost Distribution cost. She was also involved in internal auditing of the business units at Nestle. Mulalo was a Financial Manager at Tshikululu Social Investments – a Fund management organisation,  where she was overseeing the corporate Funds/Trusts finances as well as the finances of the organisation. She was involved in the audit and risk committee meetings at Tshikululu.

Irene Tshifura – Associate

Irene holds the following qualifications: Bcom Honours  - UNISA; Bcom  -University of Venda; Executive Development Programme – Wits business school; Short Course in Customer Service Management - UNISA. 

Irene has extensive experience in the Financial field accumulated in both private and  public sectors where she held several positions over the past 30 years. Some of her key experiences are as follows: Branch Manager, Chief Financial and Administrative Officer and Treasurer of the VBS Mutual Bank.  She worked for SARS as Deputy Director/Group Finance Leader where she was amongst other things, instrumental in the implementation of SAP ERP system in which she was a Chief User.  

Irene joined the Department of Minerals and Energy which became the Department of Mineral Resources as a Director of the Finance Directorate where she was involved in the restructuring of the finance directorates and subsequent processes re-engineering. She was later promoted to the Chief Director: Finance and Supply Chain Management in the Department and also acted as its Chief Financial Officer.  She later joined one of the Department’s SOE - the SA Diamond and Precious Metals Regulator as its CFO. 

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Velheminah Manyoga CIA – Associate

Velheminah holds the following qualifications : Bcom Hons (Internal audit) – University of Pretoria; Bcom(Financial accounting)  - University of Pretoria and a CIA – Certified Internal Auditor - The Institute of Internal Auditors, South Africa. 

Velheminah is a qualified Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and has extensive experience in internal auditing, risk management, corporate governance, due diligence reviews as well as Project controlling both gained locally and beyond. She gained her experiences in positions held with Siemens Limited, Highveld Steel and Vanadium, PRASA, Transnet, Eskom, etc. Her experiences cover both private  and public sector. She took over the newly established internal Audit and Risk Management Division at Akanani Consulting as the Divisional Director. She led teams of experienced professionals in the joint internal audit of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) as well as Transnet where she was an Operating Division Manager for Transnet National Port Authority (TNPA). 

Mothanyi worked in several consulting firms before joining Nkonki where she was managing and leading a team of professionals in out-sourced assignments at major government department and its parastals. She was seconded to Eskom for a Back to Basic project as a Quality Assurer where she evaluated all processes and the defined controls against the primary drivers of standardization, optimization and simplification. This includes review of recently developed risk based Process Control Manuals (PCM) as well as reviewing of recently developed Risk & Control matrices (RACM) under the adopted Back to Basics (B2B) business process reorganization project.