EKASINOMICS - Chapu Chartered Accountants, a 100% black-owned and managed professional services firm

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GUEST – Rhangani Mbhalati, founder and managing director of Chapu

In the span of almost six years, Chapu Chartered Accountants, a 100% black-owned and managed professional services firm, has undergone remarkable expansion. Founded and led by Rhangani Mbhalati, the company has strategically built a team of qualified experts, rapidly expanding its reach across five provinces. Now, with a workforce exceeding 50 professionals, Chapu sets its sights on international growth beyond the African continent.
29 Nov 2023 3PM English South Africa Business News · Investing

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