SAICA offers three reputable professional accounting and business designations from a foundational to a strategic level of accounting and business competence –

Accounting Technician [AT(SA)], Associate General Accountant [AGA(SA)] and Chartered Accountant [CA(SA)].

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Profile: Darren Isaacs – Makosi: Disrupting the industry to change the world

Makosi founder and CEO Darren Isaacs CA(SA) and his team are on a mission to change the way accounting firms work. Originating in South Africa, Makosi opened operations in the United States and the United Kingdom in 2005. With the mantra ‘get your hands dirty, figure things out, keep it simple and never give up’,…

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Profile: Jesmane Boggenpoel – A story of pursuit for inclusion

Jesmane Boggenpoel’s book My Blood Unites and Divides was a compelling account of her experiences as a woman of colour breaking barriers at a time when opportunities for people of colour were scarce. Now, she’s helping others learn from those experiences in a new online course, Diversity and Inclusion in the Workforce, available on Udemy.…

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No one can succeed in isolation

With over 10 years of experience as a financial services professional, including corporate and investment banking, treasury, funding, and liquidity management, CA(SA) Thina Tembani (35), from Johannesburg, is currently the executive assistant to the head of the banking division and CEO designate of Rand Merchant Bank, and to the COO of the banking division. She…

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A sisterhood of power

Kovini Moodly (37) multi-hyphenate visionary, chartered accountant, and founder of Boss Babes South Africa grew up in a little suburb south of Durban called Shallcross. Her aim with Boss Babes was breaking barriers and changing narratives around women uplifting each other, as well as recognising and changing stereotypes that women of colour face daily. Peace…

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