Well, I'm off to Ghana in a couple of hours. It's my first visit there, so I'm very excited. It will also be good to get home on Friday - a month is a long time to be away.
Yesterday I went to the University of Stellenbosch, and met a load of students doing an honours program that leads into the Strategic Level of CIMA. It was nice to see so many young, enthusiastic, potential CIMA members. A few of them came along to my exam techniques presentation last night - I hope I didn't scare you too badly!
Thanks to all the lovely people I met in Cape Town and Stellenbosch. I'll be back in October to see you again.
Thought for the day...
Why would you (in an exam) write a sentence, if you didn't hope to get a mark for it?