FCA; MBA (Finance); FCCA; MAAT; DABS; CABS
Chief Executive Officer
Duncan Majinda is the current CEO of Botswana Accountancy Oversight Authority (BAOA). His career started a long time ago when he qualified as an Accounting Technician in 1984. Using his AAT to launch his career, he completed ACCA in 1990 and went on to do his MBA (Finance) at the University of Manchester in England. His past employers are Local Government Audit, Anglo American Corporation, Deloitte and Touche, Central Bank of Botswana and the Botswana Institute of Chartered Accountants (BICA). He went through the ranks from Accounts Clerk to Accounts Supervisor, to Finance Manager before he joined BICA and BAOA as CEO. He has served in several Directorships including Botswana Accountancy College; Botswana Stock Exchange; Mascom; Botswana Institute of Accountants; Stockholm International School in Sweden; Companies and Intellectual Property Authority (CIPA); Grand De Luxe Investment and Consulting Company and Tlotlo Hotel and Conference Center, to mention but a few.
Mr Innocent Munjanja is an Audit, Accounting and Finance Professional with over 20 years work experience in areas of Audit, Financial Reporting and Finance. He has worked for two of the big four audit firms in the world being KPMG (Mozambique) and the now EY (Botswana) up to Senior Audit Manager level for over 8 years.
In industry and commerce, Innocent has worked at various levels up to Chief Finance Officer level. He is passionate about Financial Reporting and Audit and has trained many companies and presented in public workshops on topical areas in International Financial Reporting Standards and Corporate Governance.
Mr Munjanja holds a Master of Accounting Science postgraduate degree from the University of South Africa, an Honours Bachelor of Accounting Science from the University of South Africa and an Honours Bachelor of Accountancy from the University of Zimbabwe. He has over 17 years post qualification experience with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). Over the years, he has acquired extensive practical experience in auditing from the great part of the industry sectors including insurance companies, banks, mines, manufacturing and service industries. Mr Munjanja has worked in three Southern African Countries including Mozambique and Zimbabwe and more than half of his working life has been in Botswana.