A Good C.V

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CURRICILUM VITAE TLANGELANI RISENGA
Phone: 078 707 4528
Telefone: 015 812 1224
Email: tlangirisenga@yahoo.co.uk
Web: http://za.linkedin.com/pub/tlangelani-risenga/67/571/a74
D. O. B: 17 October 1995 Citizenship: RSA
OBJECTIVES
OBJECTIVES

Currently a student in Bcom: Accounting. Looking for a job that will provide continued opportunities and challenges, where I can contribute and execute creative ideas.
EDUCATION
EDUCATION

Name: Eagles Nest Christian School
Qualification: Exemption
Year: 2009 – 2013
Major: Commerce
WORK EXPERIENCE
WORK EXPERIENCE

1. Title: Part time Personal Assistant
Employer: Vincents Construction and development
Year: 2011- 2012
Description: Assisting in daily tasks of Mrs Hlungwane, such as scheduling her meetings, note taking, and mostly answering the phone. 2. Title: Part time Bookkeeper
Employer: The Tax Shop Giyani
Year: 2014
Description: Complying financial statements, capturing records to the petty cash journal, cpj, crj and bank statements using PASTELEPHONE ACCOUNTING.

COMPUTER AND LANGUAGE SKILLS
COMPUTER AND LANGUAGE SKILLS
Computer skills * Operating Microsoft office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) * Operating windows 7 and 8
Languages
* English- Fluent * Tsonga- Fluent * Sepedi- Fluent * ACTIVITIES/INTERESTS
ACTIVITIES/INTERESTS
Tswana- intermediate

Books * The madams * The Scarlet Letter * King Henry V * Animal Farm * Love David * Alaska * The Colour Purple * The Alchemist * Julius Caeser * Ugly
Reading is one of my greatest hobbies; I take interest in sports, such as Netball, hockey, and swimming. I am a debater and have received numerous awards for debate during my high school year. I was in the local outreach team at Eagles Nest, which is in association with, Foundation…...

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