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Deloitte Southern Africa is a leading professional services firm in Africa, providing Audit, Consulting, Corporate Finance, Taxation Services and Risk Advisory services through nearly 3 800 people in 12 offices across 17 cities in Southern Africa.

Deloitte Southern Africa is a member firm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) and part of the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa).


We help our clients and our peop…

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Johannesburg (South Africa)

and 4 others

Hires applicants with degrees in

  • Accounting
  • Banking and Finance
  • Information Systems
  • Information Technology
  • Law

The FA – Forensics Graduate Programme is a two year fixed term contract whereby you will be given the opportunity to rotate between Operational Risk, Regulatory Risk, Financial Crimes, eDiscovery business areas.

About us

About Us

Deloitte Southern Africa is a leading professional services firm in Africa, providing Audit, Consulting, Corporate Finance, Taxation Services and Risk Advisory services through nearly 3 800 people in 12 offices across 17 cities in Southern Africa.

Deloitte Southern Africa is a member firm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) and part of the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa).


We help our clients and our people excel.


To be the Standard of Excellence.

Our vision is realised through being the first choice of:

  • The world’s most coveted talent, drawn by our eminence, culture, and diversity.
  • The most sought-after clients in each market, attracted by the breadth and depth of our world-class expertise and the quality of our service.

Deloitte Consulting LLP

Got energy? Where getting milk means getting sustainable

Got milk? Then most likely you have methane gas too; a natural by-product of dairy farming. “Methane gas is a problem because it has more than 20 times the greenhouse gas impact of carbon dioxide,” says Andrea Bell, Manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP. And methane gas poses a huge threat for a complete range of agricultural businesses. Methane traps heat in the atmosphere, that purportedly causes global warming, which, among other things, may inhibit crop yields and dairy productivity.

Andrea Bell, Manager, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Consulting for Dairy Management Incorporated, an industry group in the United States, Andrea Bell worked with Larry Hitchcock, Principal, Strategy & Operations, Consumer & Industrial Products, Deloitte Consulting LLP, to find a way to reduce methane levels. They put numbers to the problem, studying a dairy farm’s full value chain from what the cow eats to processing and selling the milk. Together, they also explored a unique application for capturing and converting methane gas. As it is essentially natural gas, it can be burned on-site to generate power for farms, or it can even be fed back into the regional energy grid to power lights in peoples’ homes. The resulting energy savings and credits would reduce operating costs, while simultaneously reducing the environmental impact a thousand fold. And that is working to make a difference.

Developing our people

Growing the world's top talent

People first. That is true at Deloitte. It means opportunities, challenging and rewarding assignments, international experience, learning and development, and the flexibility to find your own career path.

Expect development and growth opportunities, and challenging and rewarding assignments at Deloitte.

Because talent grows when people know they are valued, respected, and can do their best work, you can also expect to be recognized for the individual you are and the contribution you make. Working virtually and on international assignments with people of different cultures, languages, beliefs, and backgrounds will be your chance to build the multicultural competence to get the most out of your team and deliver the quality clients expect. And cross-cultural teaming and international work experience will be your chance to get the global perspective and insights required to step up to a leadership role.

You will own your career, which gives you the flexibility and choice to customize your learning and career path. Learn anywhere and anytime with any-device access to thousands of learning resources. Forget one-size-fits-all careers, set a path that best fits your career-life needs, and follow your passions. Giving back to the community, going green, mentoring, and celebrating diversity are Deloitte traditions, so join in and make your mark.


A commitment to your growth and career-long learning is what you will find at Deloitte. That is a promise. And it is backed by over 50,000 next generation learning resources, performance management processes that match learning with the skills needed at every stage of your career, and the choice to learn where, when, and how it’s right for you.

Life at Deloitte is mobile and global, so in whichever member firm or country you work, you’ll have anywhere, anytime access to learning resources widely recognized as best-in-class. Yes, from your laptop, smartphone, or tablet, you can log-on to learning created for and by Deloitte and renowned business and publishing institutions. Web-based, virtual classroom and live learning sessions, simulations, self-study guides, podcasts, books and excerpts, videos, collaboration tools, and more are at your fingertips.

Deloitte is in business to deliver innovation, smart business solutions, and support the success of its member firm clients. To achieve this goal, skilled people and inspired leaders are a requirement. That is why whether you join Deloitte after university or years of work experience, your learning opportunities will help you take the steps you need to excel.


Deloitte does business around the globe, and serving clients in every market is business as usual. That means delivering the right team with the right skills wherever clients have a need—anywhere in the world. Right now, thousands of people at every level of Deloitte are working internationally or have had international experiences. In fact, if you have your sights set on advancing to leadership, you will need to develop the global insights and cross-cultural competencies that come with international work experience.Some people have moved to another country—sometimes for weeks, months, or a few years—to support a specific client or assignment. Others are overseas to capitalize on opportunities in or transfer skills to emerging markets. Many people are working virtually on cross-border or global teams. Others, simply wanted to work in another culture, found an opportunity on the internal mobility site, applied, and have moved to their country of choice.

Deloitte is committed to providing international work experience and the adventure and personal and growth it brings. And that is why you need to learn more about working at an organization that can take you and connect you with talented people almost anywhere in the world. 

Interviewing tips

Interviewing tips

Seven tips for acing an interview

Want to make a big impression on your interview? Here are seven tips to help you to prepare and be at your best.

Tip #1: Do your homework

We're impressed when candidates have taken the time to do some research and learn about us. Since you are here on this site, you obviously find value in this too. Take a look around and learn as much as you can. Being prepared will also minimize your anxiety.

Tip #2: Make an impact

Dress for the occasion. The rule is, when in doubt, overdress. Recent trends have dictated business-casual attire, but it's still appropriate to wear a business suit. If you mean business, show us. And remember…it's not always what you say, but how you present yourself that makes an impression. Be sure to shake hands firmly and maintain eye contact. During the interview, sit up and stay focused. If your mind starts to wander, it shows.

Tip #3: Be confident

Composure in the business world is crucial. And an interview is a good measurement of how you handle pressure. You don't want to appear too nervous. At the same time, don't be too relaxed. Maintain an appropriate level of professionalism without being unapproachable. The best advice is to be yourself. You're an outgoing, likeable person. Let that come through in your interview. We're looking for individuals who will thrive in our team-based environment.

Tip #4: Ask questions

When you want to learn more about who we are and what we do, it lets us know you're interested. Depending on what you ask, it may also prove you've done your homework. Before the interview, make sure you've prepared a list of questions that we may not have addressed.

Tip #5: Sell yourself

Your qualifications got you in the door. Make sure you can speak confidently about any experiences you've had in the workplace and in the classroom. Specific examples of how you've contributed to an organization or learned something exciting are of interest to us. We see potential in you, so be sure to sell yourself by promoting your skills and abilities.

Tip #6: Get clarification

If you don't understand a question, don't hesitate...ask us to repeat it. You have a better shot at giving your best answer if you know exactly what we're asking.

Tip #7: Follow up

It's good etiquette to thank interviewers for their time. Make sure you get a business card from the person or people that you meet with and send a letter to each one as soon as possible after the interview. This will also let us know that you liked what you heard and you want us to keep you in mind.

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