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The NWDC introduces its newly-appointed Board of Directors, whose term of office runs from 1 April 2021 until 31 March 2024.

Ms Monica Sentle remains the Chairperson of the Board while the Deputy Chair is Mr Kenneth Kopano Konopi.

 

 

The full list of Directors is as follows:

Ms. Monica Sentle, Chairperson
Mr. Kenneth Kopano Konopi, Deputy Chairperson
Ms. Sharon Mmakopi Maleka
Ms. Magogodi Elizabeth Tebogo Malaka
Ms. Nkamoheng Phadu-More
Ms. Mmanake Jo-Anne Msiza
Dr. Shima Henock Nokaneng
Mr. Radichaba Shully Malapane
Mr. Mojaki Ernest Mojaki
Mr. Senzo Wenty Ncongolo

The Board will be inducted on 22 April 2021, with its first Board meeting scheduled for 23 April 2021.

The Board comes with a wealth of experience and expertise and the NWDC is excited to welcome their valuable presence and input.

Click here to view Board members’ qualifications and experience.


The NWDC has a vacancy for an Asset Manager.
Applications close 26 March 2021.

POSITION:  ASSET MANAGER

TRAINING PERIOD:  PERMANENT

LOCATION: HEAD OFFICE, MAHIKENG

GRADE LEVEL: P5

SALARY:   NEGOTIABLE

 

To be considered you must meet the following requirements:

  • Must have Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting
  • Having a Postgraduate Degree will be an advantage
  • Must be a member of a recognised professional body
  • Must have completed 3 years articles with auditing firms
  • Must have 3 – 5 years previous relevant experience

 

The applicant will report to the Chief Financial Officer and among other will be responsible for:

  • Manages assets according to investment preferences and goals.
  • Meets with clients to assess asset status, needs, risks, goals, and progress.
  • Prepares financial statements, business activity reports, and forecasts.
  • Prepares, updates and maintains the fixed asset register.
  • Run monthly depreciation and accumulated depreciation system updates.
  • Prepares monthly reconciliation between the fixed asset register and general ledger.
  • Recording the cost of tangible and intangible fixed assets.
  • Tracking existing fixed assets.
  • Assessing and accounting for impairments.
  • Performing valuations and recording of the results.
  • Accounting for the disposal of fixed assets whether through a sale or at the end of their useful life.
  • Develops, organizes, and maintains client portfolios.
  • Studies market trends to maximize profits and identify investment opportunities.
  • Supervises employees who assist in financial reporting and budgeting.
  • Coordinates with property managers, brokers, and other third parties.
  • Fosters and maintains positive client relationships.
  • Assesses financials for policy, legal, and reporting compliance.
  • Reviews financial reports to find ways to reduce costs.
  • Compiles and presents asset management reports to clients, supervisors, and senior executives.
  • Contributes to team efforts by accomplishing related tasks as needed.

 

Note: The successful candidate will be required to sign a Performance Agreement Contract.

The NWDC is committed to the achievement and maintenance of diversity and equity in employment especially in respect of race, gender, and disability.

Interested persons are requested to forward detailed resumes and relevant certified academic qualifications to recruitment@nwdc.co.za.

No hand-delivery will be allowed due to COVID -19.

Enquiries may be directed to Phemelo Matli (Manager) on 018 381 3663. 

Closing date: 26 March 2021.
No late applications will be considered.     

 

NB:  NWDC reserves the right not to appoint.

 


The NWDC has vacancies for two Accountant positions.
Applications close 26 March 2021.

POSITION/S:  ACCOUNTANT x 2

CONTRACT:  PERMANENT

LOCATION:  HEAD OFFICE, MAHIKENG

JOB GRADE:  P08

SALARY SCALE:  R350 996.00 – R438 745.00 P/A

 

To be considered you must meet the following requirements:

  • Must have a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting
  • Must have completed 3 years articles with auditing firms
  • Must have 3 years experience in business financial administration environment.
  • Must be a member of recognised Professional Body.

 

The Accountant will report to the Finance Manager Revenue and Expenditure and the responsibilities among other are to:   

  • Ensuring the accuracy of financial documents, as well as their compliance with relevant laws and regulations.
  • Preparing and maintaining important financial reports.
  • Co-ordinates and control the application of accounting procedures within the expenditure department which includes salaries, creditors, and bank reconciliations
  • Reconciling key control accounts in expenditure and cash management to general ledger on a monthly basis.
  • Preparing tax returns and ensuring that taxes are paid properly and on time.
  • Evaluating financial operations to recommend best-practices, identify issues and strategize solutions, and help organizations run efficiently.
  • Offering guidance on cost reduction, revenue enhancement, and profit maximization.
  • Manage and assist employees in the payment section ensuring accurate processing and accounting and allocations.
  • Review the general ledger for accuracy and completeness of expenditure including cut-off procedures.
  • Performing month-end procedures that accurately completes accounting for all transactions and journal processing.
  • Conducting forecasting and risk analysis assessments.
  • Analyse and approve expenditure processes referring to information detailed in supporting documentation and resolve deviation from procedures.
  • Interact with internal and external auditors and make available information, supporting documentation.
  • Report deviations and irregularities to the Manager Expenditure.
  • Ensure Standard Operating Procedures are being followed.
  • Check correctness of overtime, payroll summary balance.
  • Complete EMP201 and transfer to SARS.
  • Activate and run electronic payment sequences authorizing the bank to transfer payments.

 

Note: The successful candidate will be required to sign a Performance  Agreement Contract.

 

The NWDC is committed to the achievement and maintenance of diversity and equity in employment especially in respect of race, gender, and disability.

 

Interested persons are requested to forward detailed resumes and relevant certified academic qualifications, to recruitment@nwdc.co.za.

No hand-delivery will be allowed due to COVID -19.

Enquiries may be directed to Ms Phemelo Matli (HR Manager) on 018 381 3663. 

 

Closing date: 26 March 2021.
No late applications will be considered.  

 

NB:  NWDC reserves the right not to appoint.

 

 


The Provincial Department for Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism (DEDECT) established the  North West Covid-19 Relief Fund in June 2020 to assist North West businesses adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent national lockdown.

Executed by its entity the North West Development Corporation, a process of application, capturing and evaluation commenced, with over 6 300 applications being received and processed.

DEDECT wishes to advise members of the public that the name lists of fund beneficiaries are herewith published in the interest of full transparency.

The below lists reflect beneficiaries who have received pay-outs up to and including 4 March  2021.

 

 

INFORMAL APPLICANT LISTS:

 

FORMAL SECTOR APPLICANT LISTS:

 

More beneficiaries are in the payment pipeline to receive their pay-outs.


North West Covid-19 Relief Fund benefits over 3 800 successful applicants across all provincial districts

Since the inception of the North West Covid-19 SMME Relief Fund, 3 876 successful applicants have received pay-outs.
“The Department of Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism (DEDECT) established the fund in June 2020 to bring about relief to both formal and informal businesses from the North West Province that were adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.” – MEC Kenetswe Mosenogi
Applications for the North West Covid-19 Relief Fund opened in June 2020 and since its inception, the North West Development Corporation as the implementing agency has been labouring relentlessly to capture, process, evaluate and pay-out successful applications.

As at the closing date for applications, a total of 6 362 applications have been received and processed. As a result, 2 978 applicants from the informal sector and 898 applicants from the formal sector have received their relief fund pay-outs.

North West Covid-19 Relief Fund pay-outs amount to a total of R19 223 000 relief funding paid out to date.
To date, 993 applications were declined because of the following reasons: the applicant already received funding from another relief fund; there were duplicate applications on the system, applications were for non-eligible activities or the applicants resided outside of the North West Province.

 

There are, however, a total of 1 493 applications that have been flagged for having either completed the wrong application or who have their supporting documents outstanding. This prevents their application from being further processed for approval and pay-out. Examples of such outstanding supporting documents include copies of identity documents, copies of the trading license or an affidavit and for the formal sector, outstanding documents include the CIPC Document, company bank statements (Jan – March 2020), copies of IDs and signed-off application forms.
We sincerely apologise for delays in pay-out to some successful applicants due to, amongst others, inactive or changes in banking details.

Applicants with outstanding documentation will receive a message alerting them that they have supporting documents outstanding that need to be urgently submitted.

To aid the process of identifying applicants with outstanding documentation, a list of applicant companies, including their reference numbers, will be made available on the NWDC website – on www.nwdc.co.za.

Outstanding documents must be submitted to the NWDC as a matter of urgency.
For those companies listed – to verify which supporting documents are outstanding, applicants are requested to either contact the call centre 017 422 0116 or send an email to documents@nwdc.co.za to confirm which documents are outstanding, quoting their reference number in the subject of the email.

Two submission methods are available:
1. Email the outstanding supporting documents, with the reference number in the subject line to documents@nwdc.co.za
2. Hand-deliver the documents, clearly-marked to any NWDC branch, and request a proof of delivery.
Only applicants who have outstanding supporting documents are to submit documents to avoid flooding the system.
Inquiries about the nature of outstanding documents should be directed to the Relief Fund Call Centre on
017 422 0116. Call centre hours: Weekdays, 08:00 – 16:30

Application enquiries, clearly stating the reference number, can also be directed to documents@nwdc.co.za
DEDECT and NWDC remain committed to keep the public updated on progress regarding the North West Covid-19 Relief funding paid out and will, in upcoming communication, provide further details such as a breakdown of recipients from specific sectors, women-owned, youth-owned and persons with disabilities that have benefitted.

Ends
Jointly issued by Department of Economic Development, Environment, Conservation and Tourism and the North West Development Corporation
Communication Directorate

Enquiries:
B Thukubi (DEDECT) bthukubi@nwpg.gov.za or b.thukubi@gmail.com – 082 374 7461
A Marx (NWDC) annemariem@nwdc.co.za – 082 878 2559




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