Norman Ronne was born in Zimbabwe and has lived in Zambia and Malawi before settling in South Africa.
A Chartered Accountant (SA), Norman took early retirement as a Director from KPMG after 25 years’ service with that firm. During that time he had experience in both external and internal auditing, specialised capital project auditing, corporate governance, risk management, business ethics and small business accounting.
After his retirement, Norman consulted to companies with large capital projects, as well as doing general financial consulting. He now concentrates on writing, which has always been his passion. He is the author of “Stretching Your Rand – Principles and Help in Managing your Personal Finances”, “A Resource Book on Christian Prayer” and “Finding Meaning in Later Life.”
Norman also has an M Theology degree from University of South Africa and has undergone full-time theological training at the Baptist Theological College where he graduated cum laude with a Diploma in Theology. He is currently a part-time lecturer at that College. He is involved in a Christian church in various capacities, and spends time assisting individuals in managing their financial affairs, as well as in many other practical ways.
Norman is married to Isabell and has a daughter, with his son having passed away in 2009. They enjoy reading and love the outdoors and nature, and are still active caravanners.