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Kreston expands in South Africa

Kreston International has added a network of six independent members to its network in South Africa.

The offices, which are located in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Bloemfontein, Durban, Stanger, Cape Town, Jeffrey’s Bay, and Mafikeng, are made up of 18 partners and over 300 staff.

The firms will all take the Kreston name and operate under the Kreston South Africa Brand.

Kreston CEO said: “The admittance of Kreston South Africa has given us additional representation in eight major locations.

“The network’s decision to brand their offices upon entry is testament to their commitment to quality and presents the office as one cohesive branded firm from the start. Nationally Kreston South Africa is well placed to compete in a challenging economic market.”

Kreston Pretoria partner Heinrich Möller said: “I am delighted that our network has been admitted to Kreston International. We are proud to take the Kreston name to incorporate its values into our firms.

“We look forward to working with existing members across the region, forging important relationships and raising the profile of Kreston International.”

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