Kreston International has added black firm Nkonki in South Africa to its network.
Nkonki is an all black firm and has 23 partners and 300 staff.
Nkonki has offices in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and East London.
Kreston chief executive Jon Lisby said Nkonki is a progressive, leading national firm of the highest quality and recognised for client service and its role in supporting the development of the South African accounting profession through an on-going programme of conferences, seminars and technical publications.
"Nkonki will support the further expansion of Kreston coverage throughout Africa," he said.
Kreston also added a new firm in Peru, Porto Vega & Asociades, which has two partner and 45 staff operating out of the Lima office.