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‘n Voorspoedige 2019 word vir al ons T Roos  kliënte en personeel toegewens! Mag julle elkeen ‘n jaar van onvoorwaardelike liefde, nimmereindigende vrede en tonne voorspoed en geluk geniet. Mag julle elke dag God se droom vir julle lewe uitleef.

‘n Vriendelike verwelkoming aan al ons personeel, ons vertrou julle het die feestyd geniet en lekker uitgerus.

‘n Vriendelike verwelkoming ook aan die nuwe personeel wat by ons T Roos “familie” aangesluit het, ons weet julle gaan dit baie geniet hier en vertrou dat julle ‘n aanwins tot die praktyk sal wees.

Hierdie artikel is ʼn algemene inligtingsblad en moet nie as professionele advies beskou word nie. Geen verantwoordelikheid word aanvaar vir enige foute, verlies of skade wat ondervind word as gevolg  van die gebruik van enige inligting vervat in hierdie artikel nie. Kontak altyd ʼn finansiële raadgewer vir spesifieke en gedetailleerde advies. (E&OE)

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Internal news (Sept 2018)

Casual Day 2018

Thank you to each and every one from T Roos for your unbelievable support of Casual Day this year! Congratulations to our T Roos best dressed winners of the day – Max Ntsumele, Petri Cronjé and Elias Maimba.

Be an everyday hero!

Nelson Mandela Day 2018

Thank you to each and everyone who gave donations for Mandela Day,

It’s much appreciated by children in need.

Spanbou 2018:

‘n Paar manne by die kantoor het besluit dis tyd vir ‘n spanbou sessie en so het dit uitgeloop op ‘n 9 gat gholfspel by Tempe Golfklub. Hulle het in spanne van 2 gespeel met ‘n kompetisiespel van “beterbal scramble” dryf en daar was ‘n wisseltrofee op die spel. Die wenners van die wisseltrofee vir die dag was Jaco Breed en Jandré Slabbert.

This article is a general information sheet and should not be used or relied upon as professional advice. No liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions nor for any loss or damage arising from reliance upon any information herein. Always contact your financial adviser for specific and detailed advice.  Errors and omissions excepted (E&OE)

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Day Zero is closer than ever and may even occur sooner than expected as on the 21ST of April 2018. This will not only influence the Western Cape, but South Africa as a whole. With the 50-litres-per-day-for-the-next-150-days alarms going off, will the looming ‘Day Zero’ affect those beyond the Western Cape?

Water is a daily need – cooking, drinking, hygiene – and the need for it is far greater than what the city has left. Water meters are being monitored, swimming pools are being emptied, and monthly tariffs have increased to ensure that households use water within the set restrictions. The rest of the country will feel the water crisis pinch.

  • Drought creates a socio-economic effect. The deficit between water demand and water supply worsens, forcing businesses to cut down drastically during production. This contributes to the already existing socio-economic factor of unemployment with more businesses trimming overhead costs to allow them to remain profitable. Unemployment in the Western Cape will have a ripple effect on the rest of the country, with people relocating in search of jobs elsewhere.
  • Health risks increase as the greater population adjusts to the limited water use for sanitary purposes. One of the biggest perils is the sewerage system coming to a standstill.
  • Because Cape Town is the leading exporter of wine, fruit, vegetables and wheat, the prices of these commodities are bound to increase nationally in order for the agricultural sector to remain profitable despite lower quantities in production.
  • Cape Town is the country’s second economic hub. Because of the water crisis, Cape Town is a high risk for incoming capital. Abroad corporations who have built business relationships with the country are left to look elsewhere for those who will meet their production needs.
  • There is increased pressure on the national government to provide an infrastructure that ensures that water is “protected, used, developed, conserved, managed and controlled in a sustainable and equitable manner, for the benefit of all persons” (Water Act of 1998).

Tourists are urged to be as cautious as the city’s residents by choosing to stay in accommodation facilities that have water-saving measures in place, using cups when brushing teeth instead of letting the tap run, and taking shorter showers.

Dam levels are critically low, and when storage reaches 13.5%, Cape Town will turn off most taps, leaving only vital services with access to water. Below is a list of dam levels of each province as of 22 January 2018:

Province Dam levels in %
Western Cape 25.3 %
Gauteng 94.1 %
Eastern Cape 58.9 %
Free State 65.0 %
KwaZulu-Natal 50.6 %
Limpopo 65.3 %
Mpumalanga 76.9 %
Northern Cape 75.6 %
North West 67.0 %


Day Zero is expected to hit on 11 May 2018, and as over consumption continues excessively, the day draws closer and closer.

This article is a general information sheet and should not be used or relied upon as professional advice. No liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions nor for any loss or damage arising from reliance upon any information herein. Always contact your financial adviser for specific and detailed advice.  Errors and omissions excepted (E&OE)

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Nog ‘n jaar is verby en met die laaste nuusbrief van  2017 wil ons al ons kliënte bedank vir hulle ondersteuning en ‘n baie geseënde feestyd en voorspoedige 2018 toewens. Aan al ons personeel baie dankie vir die hardewerk en suksesvolle 2018. Mag elkeen van julle die feestyd en ruskans geniet en kom veilig terug.

Another year has passed and with the last newsletter for 2017, we want to thank all our customers for their support and wish them a very blessed festive season and prosperous 2018. Thank you to all our staff for the hard work and a successful 2018. May each and every one of you enjoy the festive season and break, and get back safely.

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Every year we give a reward to the best trainee accountant of the year.  Hazel Ntoko and Petri Cronje were respectively chosen as SAICA and SAIPA trainees for 2017. Congratulations to you and thank you for all your hard work and dedication.

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Na baie harde werk, uithouvermoeë en slapelose nagte het Kobus Fourie sy raadseksamen geslaag en is nou amptelik ‘n geoktrooieerde rekenmeester.
Ons wil hom baie gelukwens met die groot prestasie, ons is baie trots op jou! Mag jy ‘n baie geseënde loopbaan he!
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BloksARC Vrystaat Geoktrooieerde Rekenmeesters & Ouditeure gee jaarliks ‘n toekenning aan die klerk wat die beste gevaar het op elke gebied. Ons wil graag vir Petri Cronjé gelukwens wat aangewys is as die klerk van die jaar vir 2016. Baie dankie vir al jou harde werk.


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BloksVerskeie werknemers van T Roos & Kie rekenmeesters het die afgelope jaar grade en diplomas verwerf.  Ons wil graag vir Diaan McLean (SAIPA professionele evaluasie), Herlu Smith (SAIPA professionele evaluasie), Meiring Terblanche (B.Com Rekeningkunde), Henry Foulds (SAIPA professionele evaluasie), Hilda Barnard (SAIPA professionele evaluasie) en WJ van der Merwe (B.Com Rekeningkunde Honneurs) baie gelukwens met die prestasies.


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BloksDie wonderlike gees van die T Roos & Kie personeel het vir CANSA ‘n stewige bedrag ingesamel. Ons het met pragtige kleure in die hare die dag se werk aangepak, terwyl vier brawe manne van die praktyk ten volle aan die Shavathon deelgeneem het en hulle hare ‘n nommer twee laat afskeer het. Baie dankie vir elkeen se bydrae wat ‘n groot verskil maak!

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BloksDie son trek water en toe word ons dors. Met die droogte wat aanhou en water wat so skaars raak soos hoendertande het T.Roos deelgeneem aan OFM se water projek. Die personeel het water gebring en die direkteure het die personeel se bydrae geëwenaar.  Saam het ons 400l water ingesamel vir mense wat dit broodnodig het.  Dankie vir almal se bydrae, want saam het ons ’n verskil gemaak.

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