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South Africa's contact members

Trevor Goott BCom FCA and Evita Nyandoro are the contact members in South Africa. They are your point of contact for members' enquiries and act as ambassadors in promoting the ICAEW's strategy and brand within South Africa.

Contact member for Cape Town

Trevor Goott BCom FCA

Trevor Goott

Head of Finance, The Foschini Group

Foschini Retail Group (Pty) Ltd 
340 Voortrekker Road 
Cape Town

Tel: +27 73 033 0777
Email: TrevorG@tfg.co.za


Trevor was born in Cape Town and completed his Bachelor of Commerce degree at the University of Cape Town. He moved to London in 1999 and joined Baker Tilly where he earned his ACA Qualification.

Post-qualification, Trevor spent five years working in Banking in London and a further year in Amsterdam setting up the European operation of a Global Manufacturing and Supply business before returning to Cape Town in 2009. Trevor is currently the head of finance for the mobile division of the Foschini Group, a leading listed South African retailer with a global footprint.

Trevor is a Trustee to the Groups' medical aid board. His interests include aviation, wildlife and a good game of chess. He has a deep passion and love for Africa and is involved is his Groups' expansion on the continent.

Contact member for Johannesburg

Evita Nyandoro

Evita Nyandoroi

Middle East and Africa Regulatory Reporting Head, Citi

Email: evitamn@yahoo.com


Evita Nyandoro’s progress to her position as Citigroup’s regulatory reporting head for the Middle East and Africa saw her named in Accountancy South Africa’s 35 under 35 list of the industry’s top young professionals in 2015.

She passed her accountancy degree at Johannesburg’s Witwatersrand University with honours and then chose to study for her ACA with Deloitte. After completing her articles in 2010 she gained her first international working experience by transferring to the London office.

Nyandoro then moved across town to Santander’s London office as regulatory manager responsible for the provision of Basel III liquidity risk – but in 2013 the pull of her home continent proved irresistible.