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

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Allianz Risk Barometer 2020: Cyber top peril for companies in South Africa

9th annual survey on top business risks attracts record participation of 2,700+ experts from over 100 countries Cyber incidents have become more damaging and expensive for companies – and often result in lawsuits and litigation after the event Business interruption ranks second, but remains a key challenge with digitalization and civil unrest creating new causes…

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New Mini John Cooper Works

In both models, the extraordinarily powerful engine is combined as standard with a new eight-speed Steptronic sports transmission, including mechanical differential lock on the front axle, an ALL4 All- Wheel Drive System, a specifically engineered chassis, and additional reinforcement modifications for the body structure, engine connection and chassis fastenings. This enables the John Cooper Works…

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CPD: The enhanced auditor’s report

Post-Implementation review in South Africa The new and revised auditor reporting standards became effective for audits offinancial statements for periods ending on or after 15 December 2016. With more than two years of post-implementation experience, SAICA provides an overview and analysis of the revised format of the auditor’s reports of certain entities listed on the…

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There’s no hiding from tech

Don’t be caught making saddles when you should be making car seats. That was the key message restated by several innovation experts at the CA(SA) of the Future conference. Words: Monique Verduyn Digital transformation is reshaping industries across the globe. Klaus Schwab, executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, wrote that the Fourth Industrial Revolution…

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