About Us


Pieter Viljoen




Peet Swanepoel





Antonette Vogel

Accounting Manager

012 848 9529


Bianca Strydom

Trainee Accountant

012 894 9513


Elize McDonald

Office Administration

012 848 9500


Gustav Jacobs

Trainee Accountant

012 848 9531


Idalia Manyama

Trainee Accountant

012 848 9509


Kyle Bester

Trainee Accountant

012 894 9510


Leandra Eloff

Human Resources Manager

012 848 9517


Nicolene Van Der Merwe

Debtors Administrator

012 848 9507


Riana Moore


012 848 9504


Tenyeko Precious Maluleke

Trainee Accountant

012 848 9506


Zandré Kruger

Assistant Audit Manager

012 894 9522



It all started back in 1975 when Cas Dippenaar and Andre Coetzee completed their articles together at one of the major accounting firms present in South Africa at the time. Cas started his employment at UNISA after completing his articles, where he and Andre met once again. In July 1979 Cas decided to leave UNISA to establish his own auditing firm, which Andre later joined. The firm was initially located at Barclay’s centre in Lyttelton, whereafter it moved to the Multicom centre, also located in Lyttelton. The firm moved once more in 1989 to its present location.

In 1984 a partnership was established between Cas and Andre and was later converted into an association. This firm became known as Dippenaar, Coetzee and Partners.

Pieter Viljoen started his articles at Dippenaar, Coetzee and Partners in 1996 and advanced to the manager in 2000. Pieter obtained his B.com Accounting degree from The University of Pretoria and qualified as a CA(SA) in 2005. Pieter became a partner in 2005 and is currently still one of two partners at the firm. Pieter has spent 22 years with DCV Auditors and that has afforded him vast experience and knowledge in the industry and all aspects of the profession.

Jaco Eloff joined as a partner in 1996 after completing his articles at another Pretoria firm. Jaco took up another career opportunity in 2008. Thereafter Cas decided to sell his share of the firm to Andre and Pieter.

Peet Swanepoel started his articles in 2004 at Dippenaar, Coetzee and Partners, and after completing them under the guidance of Andre Coetzee in 2006, advanced to the manager in 2007. He obtained his B.com Accounting degree from Rand Afrikaanse University (RAU, now UJ) and qualified as a CA(SA) in 2009. Peet became a partner in 2010 and remains a partner of the firm. Peet has been with DCV Auditors for 14 years.

Dippenaar, Coetzee and Partners were affectionately known as DCV by our clients. After the passing of Andre in 2015, Pieter and Peet decided to change the name. As the firm has a strong history and is also well known in the Centurion area, they decided to keep with what is known and changed the name to DCV Auditors.

DCV Auditors is a registered training office for SAICA and SAIPA and we are registered with the finance and accounting services sector seta, Fasset.

DCV Auditors is still in the same building and still retains the same values and professionalism that the firm was founded on from the start.


Our MISSION defines our purpose, why we exist.

We CREATE services that increase our stakeholder’s profits, their business value and personal wealth. We do this through a single, CORE relationship – NOW.

  • Create – we develop services, continuous process, we leave something behind, we are accountable for what we make
  • diverse – many, various, unlimited
  • solutions – plural, services, answers, actions, products
  • stakeholders – everybody affected by our business operations (suppliers, clients, staff, SARS, the community, etc.)
  • a single – one
  • CORE – reiterate the brand name, central, nucleus, pivot point
  • relationship – an emotional link between two or more parties

A mission statement provides the details of what is done and answers the question, “How do we do what we do?”. Your mission statement should also be specific enough that people understand what you do and how it may differ from your competitors. 

Our EmployeesWorkplace Behaviour Statement


  • I stick to deadlines
  • I have a clean and/or neat desk
  • I return a stakeholder’s call/email/SMS within 48 hours
  • I complete tasks that are allocated to me
  • I prepare properly for formal interactions with stakeholders
  • I pro-actively follow up on outstanding tasks and assignments
  • I update my skills and knowledge to remain not only relevant but abreast

Mutual respect for all stakeholders

  • At the office
    • I am on time
    • I park in my allocated parking space
    • I greet my colleagues
  • In meetings
    • I allow others the freedom to express themselves without interrupting them
    • I focus on the agenda at hand and do not communicate with external parties
    • I do not do any other work that is outside the scope of the meeting
  • In general
    • I do not use gestures, language and/or comments that are crude and disrespectful.
    • I conserve firm and natural resources and limit wastage
    • I dress in a manner that is equal to what is professionally expected by my stakeholders
    • I use proper language when communicating with my stakeholders
    • I use a tone of voice that is acceptable to all my stakeholders
    • I empower and guide. I do not reprimand and belittle stakeholders in public or behind closed doors
    • I do not use intimidating behaviour, like slamming doors and throwing objects
    • I trust my stakeholders. I do not excessively and unreasonably monitor their responsibilities
    • I address a conflict situation with the party concerned in a professional manner that is equal to the aforementioned before approaching a third party

Accountability statement

  • I am accountable for all my actions. Should I not deliver on my commitment to the Workplace Behavior Statement, I will take corrective actions before the deadline. I will communicate this to the relevant stakeholders within a timeframe that is acceptable to them.

Our VISION defines the way our organization will look in the future.

The FUTURE – Globally Trusted Professionals

  • Global – inspires us to grow/expand
  • Trusted – inspires us to build trust relationships with all our stakeholders based on honesty, efficiency, accountability and mutual respect.
    • Stakeholders
      • All entities can affect or be affected by the organization’s actions, objectives and policies.
      • They are our creditors, directors, employees, government (and agencies), owners (shareholders), suppliers, unions, and the community from which the business draws its resources.
  • Professional –  inspires us to deliver a quality service/product in a manner as defined by our stakeholders.
    • Does not refer to professional bodies or professional career types. Refers to HOW we interact with our stakeholders.

Vision is a long-term view describing the goals of the organization. Our vision statements help to drive decisions and goals in our company.



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