University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business


Entrepreneurship: it's about taking that first step


University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business

Jacqui is an Associate Professor in the College of Accounting at the University of Cape Town where she specialises in financial accounting to undergraduate students. She presents training courses for corporate clients such as Old Mutual, BP and Vodacom and dabbles in research relating to entrepreneurship and small business development (particularly in the micro-enterprise arena). She has an interest in - and a small collection of good red wine, enjoys hiking and kayaking and is an avid bird watcher. She tests her creativity through sculpture and jewellery.


Associate Professor

  • Company Name University of Cape Town
  • Dates Employed Jan 2015 – Present
  • Employment Duration 4 yrs 5 mos

Managing a multilingual web-based initiative focusing on key accounting and business related currently offered in isiXhosa, isiZulu, Sesotho, Xitsonga and English. The initiative offers free access to almost 100 short videos covering these key concepts.

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