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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COVER STORY: The art of entrepreneurship

These five highly innovative CA(SA)-turned-entrepreneurs share both the highs and lows of their entrepreneurial journeys. It’s known to be a tough process, but despite the challenges and commitment their businesses demand of them, each entrepreneur says it’s incredibly rewarding. Marius van Niekerk CA(SA) Matsotso Vuso CA(SA) Lauren Stockil CA(SA) Scelo Makhathini CA(SA) Jimmy Kalombo CA(SA)…

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SA’s banks are finding new ways to stay relevant in the market

South Africa’s banking industry is rapidly evolving in response to regulatory changes, economic pressures, technological advances and innovation in digital. “The evolution of technology and increased customer expectations combined with the emergence of disruptive competitors, is placing significant pressure on the banking industry to implement new strategies to remain relevant in the future,” says Jorge…

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Opinion piece: Is cybercrime costing banks more than money?

By Sanjay Vaid, Director of Cyber Security and Risk at Wipro Limited 7 November 2017 Banking has changed vastly over the past few years, as new technologies emerge to change the way we transact. Non-traditional methods of transacting, such as the blockchain and mobile banking, have emerged, causing an influx of data from multiple sources.…

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ANALYSIS: EMBRACING COMPLEX SYSTEMS THINKING

Too often, cyber security is considered to be exclusively the domain of information technology (IT) and cyber security specialists. This is unfortunate, as we are progressing towards a future where an interdisciplinary approach will be crucial to deal with complex systems and their systemic fragilities, where cause and effect are not evident at all As…

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