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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VIEWPOINT: THE NEW Boardroom

Too many boards today are filled with generalist independent directors. Most likely members are drawn from the company’s home country, have similar career backgrounds, and are overwhelmingly male. Companies wanting considerable growth need to examine whether their boards and leadership really have the range of experience, perspectives and expertise to master and thrive in the…

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LEAD: Global ambassador

Theo Vermaak CA(SA), PKF International’s Regional Director – Africa, became chair of the Forum of Firms in January 2015. By Lynn Grala Theo Vermaak grew up in Bergville, a small rural town situated in the foothills of the Drakensberg mountains of KwaZulu-Natal. With a great love for animals, and especially wildlife, he hoped to perhaps…

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INFLUENCE: Mastering self-leadership

Christiaan Engelbrecht penned down a few thoughts towards developing our leadership awareness, more specifically the mastering of self-leadership. In this century, successful leadership is linked to authenticity, humility, simplicity, intentionality, clarity and creativity. This is very different to a decade ago when it was all about time-management, process management, problem-solving, organisational skills, procedural planning and…

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ANALYSIS: The new risk-based global insurance capital standard

The International Association of Insurance Supervisors is developing a risk-based global insurance capital standard that is designed to provide transparency and comparability of insurers across jurisdictions. By Kerry-Anne Forster and Matthew Brinckmann Over the past four years the wave of regulatory change that has hit the global insurance industry seems to be refusing to break.…

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