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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ANALYSIS: DON’T SHOOT THE MESSENGER

Third-party (agent) appointments issued under section 179 create untold conflict amongst taxpayers and third parties alike, pitting employer against employee and bank against client where the only winner is SARS. By Tarryn Atkinson It’s not really new and we can’t even blame it on the controversial Tax Administration Act1 (TAA). It could, however, be said…

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PROFILE: LIVING LIFE ISLAND STYLE

She describes herself as strong-willed, focused and extroverted. Lynn Grala tells us about Leigh-Ann Bezuidenhout great job and fantastic life in Bermuda and running the New York Half Marathon to raise money for J A Ncaca Primary School in Cradock Bermuda not only lured Leigh-Ann Bezuidenhout with its pink sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters. What…

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LEAD: King IV: Bolder than ever

The new Code represents a positive step forward in that it is principle-based and outcomes-based, and it takes the challenges and realities of today’s business world into account. Here, Deloittebreaks down exactly what is different and what is new and explains how companies are expected to apply these changes. The King Committee published the King…

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PROFILE: PERSISTENCE PAYS OFF

Growing up in the dusty streets of Limpopo Matome Moholola could not think beyond the prevailing circumstances: inadequate schooling, infrastructure, and limited career choices. But in a Grade 7 accounting class this all changed. He tells us his story Though our teacher then had a vague idea of the chartered accountancy profession, I purposed in…

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VIEWPOINT: SUSTAINABLE B-BBEE REQUIRES POSITIVE INTENTIONS

I think I could almost write a book on what I and my team have seen in the past four years of performing B-BBEE verification engagements for around 350 companies. One word that keeps coming back to my mind is INTENT. No matter how things are legally structured, management’s true intentions normally become clear over…

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SPECIAL FEATURE: INVESTMENT

2017 WHERE TO FOR INVESTORS? REALISING THE POTENTIAL OF AFRICA’S ECONOMIES HEDGE FUNDS: FRIEND OR FOE? WHY BUY ART?   WHERE TO FOR INVESTORS? In today’s interconnected, fast-changing world, you need deep investment insights to make the connections between many seemingly unconnected factors. Kevin Lings and Vaughan Henkel takes a look at a range of…

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VIEWPOINT: DIFFERENTIATING YOURSELF TO REMAIN RELEVANT

What differentiates you usurps your qualification According to the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs report, less than five years from now 5 million jobs will have been lost to automation. Technological advances in robotics and machine learning, for example, will also create new jobs and change the skills that employers need from human workers.…

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INTEGRATED REPORTING: THE FUTURE OF DYNAMIC BUSINESS LEADERSHIP

THE FUTURE OF DYNAMIC BUSINESS LEADERSHIP As we move towards an increasingly digitised, interconnected world, the challenge of delivering relevant and innovative thinking within professional education programmes accordingly increases too. Given our rich history, South Africa is uniquely poised to offer thought leadership perspectives that embody local thinking within international contexts. Within the University of…

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