- Reezy McIlroy has bragged about his latest achievement as a new Chartered Accountant and is a hit on social media
- The man is based in Sandton, Johannesburg, and has just dropped snaps of his latest achievement as an accountant on Twitter
- In one of the images, the man has posted a picture that seems to be a confirmatory message from the Chartered Accountant body South Africa (CASA)
- Briefly News went to pick up a few comments from the new accountant’s comments section
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A proudly South African man is now celebrating his acceptance as a Chartered Accountant and is now bragging about his achievement on social media.
The man is now receiving sweet messages from his social media followers and has urged them to address him properly in the near future.
Reezy McIlroy has called on his friends and whoever comes across his path to know that he has a new title next to his name.
“Please make sure you do not forget the CA(SA) when addressing me.”
"After 10 years.”
“You finally took it! The biggest flex is you being eligible for years but deciding not to take it.”
“They finally laid charges against Markus and Anoj. Was getting a bit nervous that I would run out of time before they did it.”
Meanwhile, Briefly News also reported that another South African woman has inspired her followers on social media by posting an image of her new qualification.
@MbaliMashigo has taken to Twitter to post an image of her qualification as she will now embark on a new career path as a Chartered Accountant.
She said: "It's Mbali Mashigo (CA)SA."
The certificate is also a confirmation that the is now fully recognized by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA).
According to her bio on LinkedIn, Mashigo studied at the University of Pretoria and she is the audit manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Just like any inspiring story such as this one of Mashigo, fellow Twitter users have joined the young woman based in Johannesburg in congratulating her.
“You will never have to look for a job again, it will come looking for you, congrats Mbali.”
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